Jockel Liess is an artist and composer whose practice and research is focused on the introduction of natural flexibility into live-generative computer improvisations. Best described as organic compositions, his meditative audiovisual environments are exhibited in gallery environments as large-scale installations as well as in durational concerts settings. Jockel’s work has been exhibited amongst others at the ICA, Cafe Oto, Kinetica Art Fair, Mile End Pavilion, Bargehouse and Old Vic Tunnels in London, the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, Tadu Contemporary Art, Bangkok, H-Gallery, Chiang Mai, France Fiction Gallery, Paris. He has presented his work at The Streaming Festival, Netherlands, Espacio Enter - International Festival of Creativity, Innovation & Digital Culture, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Optica Paris/Cordoba. In 2016 he started releasing recordings of his work with the experimental music label Resterecords, and is a member of The London Group since 2018.