Víctor Mazón Gardoqui explores amplification, electromagnetic phenomena and perception by using locative audio techniques and custom electronics. In an attempt to address presence, absence and density of mechanical and electromagnetic waves harvested from isolated locations and abandoned constructions, Mazón Gardoqui´s work researches on the reception, magnification and transformation of natural and human-made phenomena, their implications with living systems in different ecologies and it´s bio-political inter connection. His work materialises in three main fields: actions or site-specific performances through experimental processes, exhibitions as consequences of previous actions, and collective work through seminars in cultural and or academic institutions. His works have been performed or exhibited in museums, galleries, billboards, urban screens, and public TV and radio stations worldwide.Magnetoreception is a sense which allows an organism to detect a magnetic field to perceive direction, altitude or location. Magnetoceptia is a series of performances and installations by Patrizia Ruthensteiner and Dewi de Vree in which self-constructed, antenna-based costumes pick up radiowaves site-specifically and make them audible through electronic sound. The experienced sound is site-specific and generated during the performance, a sonic exploration of the specific spatial situation. The sound is modulated by the positions and movements of the performers relative to the space and each other, dismantling traditional concepts of stage and catwalk, musician and instrument. The project is an investigation on different sonic and material properties of natural environments contrasting urban landscapes, and a visualization of physical phenomena that primarily appear to be invisible for the human gaze. Extensions of our rudimentary animal senses are being developed to make those phenomena perceivable. Patrizia Ruthensteiner is an Austrian artist whose work takes a trajectory from costume-based performance art to electronic music. Process-based, kinetic, tranformative, and sound-generating wearables which codetermine the choreography are integral elements of her artistic practice. She creates audio-visual compositions in which sounds derive from the performative actions, performers become the instrument relating to space and each other, predetermined valuations of subjectivity and physical form are pushed into absurdity. Aiming to redefine the common idea of stage and catwalk, she keeps on challenging established platforms of representation. Strongly characterized by it´s cross-disciplinary approach her work has been presented internationally through various venues of different disciplines – in galleries, concert spaces, industrial halls, churches, rooftops, and harbours. Dewi de Vree is a dutch media artist. Her work deals with the sensual experience of physical experiments. With a background in visual art and her fascination for the interaction between man and machine, she’s been making different translating-machines, sound interfaces, sound performances and installations. Examples of her work include Thermokoppel, a live sound-performance based on the relation between temperature and the acoustic properties of metal and Ground, an audiovisual performance in which graphite drawings are used as a control interface for several electronic instruments. Next to her autonomous work she is initiator, organiser and curator at Stichting Centrum location Villa K in The Hague (NL) and member of the Instrument Inventors Initiative ‘iii’.