Jeroen Uyttendaele is interested in sound and it’s relation to light, space, time and the viewer. This translates itself in the development of audiovisual instruments, installations and sound compositions. His works often exploit basic properties of technology such as electricity, metal, conductive materials as the main tools for expression. Jeroen studied Radio (Brussels), Art|Science (The Hague) and followed a postgraduate course at the HISK (Higher institute of fine arts) in Ghent. He currently lives and works in Brussels and Ghent.