Past Projects


Kamil Antosiewicz – elektronica, prepared drum machine, field rec.
Marcel Marcin Kuśmierczyk – elektronica, sampler
Vion – elektronica, field rec., sampler
Patryk Zakrocki – prepared tascam multitrack hd recorder, prepared guitar, objects, electronica.



Ea (CD, Album)
Cpt. Sparky Publications

R (CD, Album, Car)

Öl (CDr, Album, Ltd, Num)
Mystery Sea

Singles & EPs

11’00 (7″, Ltd, Cle)
Drone Records


[~.] (CDr)
Open Circuit

Sounds by EA: A hair dryer in a carton box, a beer bottle on a marble floor, clerks in a bank inputting withdrawal transactions, automatic doors leading to a shopping center garage, a central heating system, a doenner vendor, machines at a dry cleaner’s, putting on pajamas, sunflower seeds, a bathroom drawer for cosmetics, a gear box, rain in a forest, a wild cat under a table, water sounds at a swimming pool, moaning of an elevator, dragging a Christmas tree upstairs, a coffee automate at an MTV office, damaged fridge at midnight, jumping on a bed in a parents’ bedroom, a toilet flush in the changing room of a fitness center, ice tea sipping, talking to a grandmother sounding different on the phone, sweeping a floor while playing with a dog, searching for a torch in a basement, flags in the wind in an abandoned district, breaking wooden sticks, feeding pigeons in an old town, steps in a hospital corridor, a mini waterfall in a garden, rather unrecognizable playground soundscapes, scissors on paper 20 minutes after the start of the new year 2002, throwing books through a window, aluminum cans being squeezed, boiling tomato soup on a Friday, checking in at the Warsaw airport, plastic bags full of nails, old family Hi-8 cassettes, a heartbeat, a crowded square, an air conditioner, chalk on the blackboard, a microwave oven turning on, shoe polishing, touching anything, a plastic bag in the wind, underground, some insects caught in a glass bottle, swallowing, a glow lamp, a paper ball falling from a table, a sustained tone of a trolley passing by, a hard disk and a floppy disk, a dial tone, footsteps on a slippery wet floor, a mechanical clock, water dripping, hair, a pencil, a ventilator, grass, a resonating electrical hum coming from the flat above, a zipper, boiling oil, calmness, undressing, hammering, a cat licking its fur, a summer breeze at the sea, scraping a wineglass against a window, an infected nostril breathing, a fire stake, sand dunes, haikus being uttered, paper towels in the toilet, tram brakes in a tunnel, continuous folding and unfolding of a celluloid plate, an empty office, horses running in the distance, ants in a frenzy, stirring some liquid in a mug, biting one?s nails, birds nesting, cleaning the mirror in a bathroom, metal on metal, workers? shouts from behind a window, playing under the shower, making faces, touching jack plugs with wet fingers, coughing, lighting a cigarette, playing roulette, putting on a backpack, sorting a bunch of visit cards, air coming through a narrow gap under a door, licking a contact mike, burping, an analogue radio scale, giving birth, crickets, a traffic jam, barbed wire on wood, squeezing a plastic ketchup bottle, ice on the lake “singing” during heavy winter, a ship coming back to port, the Romanian language, a harmonica out of tune, a child in the cradle gurgling, some open space, Rubik?s cube, riding a bike, a vacuum cleaner, freezing water, tubular-shaped objects, dungeons, electromagnetic induction, tearing something apart, frying pork, a CD spinning in a CD player, spraying deodorant, fish in an aquarium, meat, a ball pen, scratching, a quarrel, old women in church in Legnica speaking about their health problems, matches, night.

EA consists of Membrana (Kamil Antosiewicz), Viön (Artur Jaworski) and Patryk Zakrocki.

Membrana (Mem) is Kamil Antosiewicz, a connection-maker and writer/editor who works for WWW, the first Polish Internet magazine, as its cyberculture editor. Antosiewicz released the 3-inch CD Obiekt 640 (with Facial Index on Polycephal) and then Tektonika (with Viön and Facial Index), which links sonic trophies from his Moroccan travels with droning elements. His recent interests include the decontextualization of sound material and experiments with primal structures of non-organic origin—white noise and sine waves—transforming them into sounds of an organic nature.

Patryk Zakrocki releases his work under the name of Meoma. His current interests are concentrated in acoustic music and composition. Believing a score to be equally as important as free expression, he experiments during live sessions and studio works with various techniques as a guitar and violin player. His recent works include performances with a punk-rock string quartet and free-jazz jams with various musicians. He organizes regular improvisation sessions at Warsaw’s club Jazzgot, where he plays with invited guests.

Viön (a.k.a. Artur Jaworski) is concerned with the inexplicable magic behind sound and explores the relationship between physical phenomena and human perception. He pays attention not only to the final piece, but to the listening experience itself. A major part of his work is aimed at total sound immersion in a location. He says that it is impossible to create this kind of music—it is only possible to notice and discover it. He experiments with space as a processor of sound, often re-recording sounds in different spaces, revealing the unexpected. VIÖN released his debut album flashbacks on Cpt. Sparky in 1999. Later, as an EA member, he appeared on [~.], r, 11.00 and also on compilation releases. With Membrana (Mem) and Jacek Staniszewski he is part of the trio Viön/Membrana/Facial Index, which released the debut CD Tektonika on Polycephal in 2001. Most of his new sounds appear on his web site . Currently Viön is finishing the recording of his 3D album, which will be available as a DVD-Audio.