Manja Ristić HR

CESSE Conference / Concert and Paper / Paper: Mnemopoetics as a Generator of Artistic Intervention in Field Recording Practice, Following the Presentation of Korčula Island Sound Map / Black isle, processed field recordings with live impro on sound objects, violin and a cardboard box (Electroacustic composition) / Manja Ristić, Auropolis Association of Multimedia Artists, Beograd.
(1979) born in Belgrade. In 2001 graduated at the Belgrade Academy of Music, then in 2004 awarded at the Royal College of Music, London, with PGDip Solo-Ensemble Recitalist. As a classical solo and chamber musician as well as a composer and an improv musician Manja performed all across Europe and further, involving collaborations with established conductors and performers, multimedia artists, visual artists, poets, theater and movie directors.

Jan Krombholz, Polina Khatsenka BY/CZ

CESSE Conference / Concerts
[mʊdʌ’ki] sound artist, music producer and sound designer from Belarus, Minsk. Faculty of Art and Design, Time-based media studio, UJEP, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic. Field-recordings, found sounds, deep listening, improvisation, multichannel sound systems.

Csaba Hajnóczy

CESSE / Conference Concert: From Sea to the River to the Sea / SSI / Paper: CESSE – THE CONCEPT / The concept of this project was to work with field recordings and still images in the Palestinian Territories. I have been honoured to be accompanied in this expedition by photographer Lenke Szilágyi, who did not hesitate to join me and be my inspirative and faithful collaborator while preparing, on spot, and during all editing and post-production works…

Michal Kindernay

Cesse Conference / Paper: Soundmaps – Perception of the Urban Soundscape / Concert: Lloyd Dunn (US/CZ) & Michal Kindernay (CZ): Sea Blindness No. 3 / Michal Kindernay is an intermedia artist, curator and performer. His audio-visual installations interconnect art, technology and science. He reflects ecological issues through various technological approaches in relation to nature environment. His works include video performances, interactive installations or experimental documentary projects or sound compositions.

Brane Zorman and Irena Pivka SLO

CESSE Conference, Papers / Paper: Brane Zorman & Irena Pivka: Ways of Listening and Sound Integration of Space and Time within Contemporary Art Practices / CONA Institute for Contemporary Arts Processing, Ljubljana / Concert: Brane Zorman / Ems Memory Trackers (2016) / Live sound performance in 5.1, surround with video projection / Brane Zorman, composer, sound, radio artist and new media artist and Irena Pivka, architect, scenographer and new media artist are working together on a series of collaborative projects.
Ways of listening and sound integration of space and time within contemporary art practices.

Lisa Greenaway AUS

CESSE Conference / Concerts / Lisa Greenaway / Sonority I.: Magyar – Dancing on Blades / Story & Creative Consultant, translator: Zalka Csenge / Storytellers: Szabó Enikő, Nagy Enikő, Kovács Marianna, Lovászi Irén, Szeleczki Mónika, Zalka Csenge / Working at the intersection of spoken word, music and sound art, with her ‘Sonority’ project sound artist and linguist Lisa Greenaway is exploring the rhythms of languages, the melodic and sonorous patterns of our natural and built world, and the power of the storytelling voice, through construction of dynamic, immersive spatial sound installations…

Beef Kohlrabi

CESSE Conference / Andrea Szigetvári’s concert / Performed by Márta Murányi – soprano, Andrea Szigetvári – electronics. The inspiration for the new piece „Marhakaralábé” (Beef Kohlrabi) came from a field recording made by myself at the Keleti Railway Station in Budapest on the 2nd of September of 2015, when hundreds of refugees were camping out on a metro underpass.

Dávid Somló H

CESSE Conference / Papers / Artist, researcher, Budapest /
WHAT/WHY/HOW SHOULD THEY LISTEN? / 15:20-15:40 / 01.12.2018
In my artistic practice I am creating theatrical/performative experinces exploring the relations of the physical, the social and personal space. I am interested in the small, important moments of non-verbal human interactions.

Andrea Szigetvári

CESSE Conference / Concerts, Papers / Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music Budapest, Electronic Music Media Art / Noise-wrangling: an attempt to reveal noises that matter / 11:25-11.45, Saturday, 1th December, 2018

Rob Mackay UK

CESSE Conference / Paper: Following the Flight of the Monarchs: An Interdisciplinary Acoustic Ecology Project / Voice over Water (VOW) / Concert / Flight of the Monarchs (Installation/Fixed Media / Video With Quadro Sound) / Voice over Water (VOW) / Rob Mackay (Univ. Of Hull; UKISC) is an award-winning composer, sound artist and performer. Recent projects have moved towards a cross-disciplinary approach, including geology, soundscape ecology, theatre, audiovisual installation work, and human-computer interaction.