Floating Spectrum works with nature-inspired approaches to sound and visual creation, striving to create organic and emotive work that people feel connected to. In their daily work they produce generative audio-visual systems that connect different media, in an attempt to bring new perspectives to our senses, and to reflect about the way we experience the world.

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Mei-Fang Liau is a sound artist and music technologist from Taiwan. She specializes in the field of generative sound systems that create organic and cinematic soundscapes. Her previous works includes interactive audio systems for dance performances, visual sonification, and installations that engage people in the creation and perception of sounds. She is the author of a commercial music synthesizer, Polyphylla, which uses generative algorithms. Her music consists of ever-evolving layers of sound, blending warm and emotive textures with noise and dissonance.



Abe Pazos (Finland, Spain) produces audiovisual art based on rules and algorithms. He reveals connections between mathematics and the organic, raising awareness of natural vs human made phenomena. To achieve this he observes and captures textures, shapes and behaviors, analyzes the rules that led to their existence, and imitates and plays with those rules. He writes software to process media, data and sensor input to produce collaborative interactive installations.

Abe organizes the Creative Code Berlin and the Sonic Code Sessions events since 2013, is author of a world-renowned creative coding course and gives workshops and lectures in various institutions.