Andreas Hiroui Larsson is a Swedish artist, musician, researcher, and writer.

Larsson conducts an interdisciplinary artistic practice, in which his method of contextualising aspects of non-idiomatic improvisation, the non-productive attitude, and pluralist aesthetics, enables the concepts and materials to play the roles and fulfil the purposes of one another. Thus, in terms of ontology, his works are – be it contemporary music, experimental literature, or digital graphic music scores – as much works of music and philosophy as they are works of visual art.

He is the author of Essäer om europeisk estetiks epistemologiska relativisering (2018), Education (2020), Shadowboxing (2022),
Souvenir (2023), and works on music, ontology, and philosophy of mind. 

Larsson is educated at Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, and Uppsala University.
Johan Jutterström

2006 - 2010 Bachelor in Music: the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.

2008 - 2009 Exchange studies at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris

2011 - 2013 Master in Fine Arts, Music: the Academy of Music and Drama in Gothenburg.

2015 - 2018 Artistic research education: the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, University of Stavanger.
Anna Lindal, with a background as Concertmaster and Professor, is a freelancing violinist primarily active within experimental and contemporary chamber music and free improvisation but also in baroque and classical repertoire.

She is part of a number of different permanent ensembles like Lipparella, Makadam, Skogen, Fire! Orchestra, Violin
duo Bäver with Eva Lindal. She has collaborated with many composers and also runs several interdisciplinary collaborations with directors, choreographers, fine artists and authors.

In contemporary civilization where everything is standardized and where everything is repeated, the whole point is to forget in the space between an object and its duplication. If we didn't have this power of forgetfulness, if art today didn't help us to forget, we would be submerged, drowned under those avalanches of rigorously identical objects (For the Birds, 1981).  -John Cage