Robert Lippok (*1966) works as a musician, stage designer and visual artist in Berlin. Together with his brother, he founded the experimental music project «Ornament and Crime» in 1984. His works are dedicated to the connection of movement, spatial sound and architecture. Lippok's works have been shown at the Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin, the Hamburger Bahnhof and the Haus der Kunst in Munich, among others. As a composer, he has worked with the artists Doug Aitken, Olaf Nicolai and Julian Charrière, with the architect Arno Brandlhuber and with the choreographer Constanza Macras for various dance theatre productions. Most recently he released the solo album «Applied Autonomy» on the raster-media label. Lippok teaches at NYU Berlin and is a member of the Institut für Raumexperimente e.V. founded by Olafur Eliasson as well as a curator at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest. With audiovisual shows and live music, he has performed at the MUTEK festival, Unsound Festival, L.E.V. Festival, Gamma Festival, Berghain and Funkhaus Berlin, among others.