Jens Vetter is an artist, musician, performer and researcher. He creates post-digital interactive sound interfaces and performs live on stage with his experimental music projects Bureaumaschine and Vetter_Huber. As a PhD candidate at the Tangible Music Lab/ University of Art and Design Linz, he researches on the physical representation of sound in the form of tangible signals. He has performed and exhibited at festivals like Ars Electronica, Digital Design Week London, Mutek SF, Lab30 and others.





Aza is the cofounder of Earth Species Project, an open-source collaborative nonprofit dedicated to decoding animal communication. He is also the co-founder of the Center for Humane Technology and is the co-host for the popular podcast Your Undivided Attention. Trained as a mathematician and dark matter physicist, he has taken three companies from founding to acquisition, a co-chairing member of the World Economic Forum’s Global AI Counsel, helped found Mozilla Labs, in addition to being named FastCompany’s Master of Design, and listed on Forbes and Inc Magazines 30-under-30.


/'ga:d(ә)n/  -  GARDEN

Communication technology should belong to all of us. Spaces where you meet, talk, have fun, but also where you argue, get upset, and makeup. Private companies should not own our living rooms and bedrooms. 

The GARDEN is a place to listen to acoustic spheres in a virtual environment. It is also an abstract interactive music composition tool. Just turn the roses with your mouse and the sound will be shaped. All gardens in all browsers will move accordingly, which creates an overall composition to everyone participating.


The garden is an artistic interpretation and representation of MAKE.SPACE, a multifunctional and generative platform that can be used as a space for collaboration, cooperation and communication. The substrate of the platform has been infused with Aza Raskin and Jens Vetter.