Both composers employ source material from acoustic instruments, objects and field recordings to explore sound in many facets and create rich sonic textures. While Bulot poetically explores the complexity of unheard phenomena in sound, Vowinckel represents more documentary approach shaping a narration of spoken words into music. Although their sonic results form highly differing sources, the artists share an aesthetic strategy of turning aspects of everyday life into music. Loïse Bulot started her career as a visual artists, thus her work builds an universe by means of visual art and music: hybrid electroacoustic and mixed compositions, graphic scores and live performances. Antje Vowinkel is a highly acclaimed German artist in the field of radiophonic sound compositions. Her works have been commissioned and broadcasted worldwide by public radio stations and presented at major festivals, such as ZKM Karlsruhe, TESLA Berlin, Biennale Bonn, Prix Italia, Festival for Contemporary Music Alicante/Spain, Hammer Museum Los Angeles, British Council, Berlin, and Humboldt-Lab.