Cédric Maridet is an artist, theorist and researcher. He completed his Doctorate degree in Media Art in 2009 at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. His solo and collaborative works have been presented internationally including New York (Art in General and Ramiken Crucible), Paris (Théatre de la Villette), Vienna (IG Bildende Kunst), Cambridge (Kettle’s Yard), London (Turbine Hall, Tate Modern), Hong Kong (Para/Site, Osage Gallery, Hong Kong Museum of Art), and he was awarded Prize of Excellence in the Hong Kong Art Biennial 2005. Maridet has participated in several residencies and symposiums on field recording, listening theories and the aesthetics of sound, such as the Pierre Schaeffer symposium 2010 co-organised by GRM and in the EMF-EMS 2011 conference in New York University. His writings have been published in two books: Around (soundpocket, 2010), and Who Cares? 16 essays on curating in Asia, (Para/Site, 2010). Since 2007, Maridet has been contributing to the French-based research lab in audio art Locus Sonus, and is currently a member of NMSAT Scientific Committee. He is also advisor for soundpocket, a non-profit organisation promoting sound art and culture. His works have been published as CD and book releases on monème (www.moneme.com), a platform founded by Maridet.