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SUNUS is radical project that creates new dimension of music by making exploration and innovative hacks in existing sound spaces. SUNUS work is crossing many music spaces as stochastic, spectral music , musique concrete, musica futurista, noise. Radically disrupting the very language of these systems, including rules, commands, errors and codes, SUNUS stages extreme interventions that destabilize the existing music production. SUNUS practice is base on a critical analysis of music's languages and social environment. SUNUS use asymmetric and 'chaotic' patterns the exhibit more hidden symmetry and powerful music and light structures. SUNUS work occupies a unique space in that it to examine the cultural intersections of contemporary music, critical art, and programming–at its core its practice is a search for a new and hidden structures, compositions and art objects. SUNUS creators: Robert B. LISEK, Gerard LEBIK.