Ebe Oke is an American composer, poet, and transmedia artist who predominantly works with the media of sound and performance. Inspired by his childhood spent on an exotic bird sanctuary in Georgia, Oke often incorporates the sounds of birds and insects into his compositions. Oke studied composition with Karlheinz Stockhausen, and has collaborated and performed with Brian Eno and Laurie Anderson, whom he considers to be his mentors. Currently living and working in London, Oke regularly collaborates as a composer and dancer with Nissa Nishikawa, and scores films. In 2013, Oke performed at The Kitchen in “Synth Nights: Curated by Laurie Anderson.” For more information, visit http://ebeoke.be/index.html.