Patryk Lichota is a musician, composer, improviser, radio producer and curator. He holds a degree in culture studies and musicology from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He is Ph.D. at Theatre and Media Art institute in Poznań, and teaching students of the programme Interactive Media and Performance, film post-production at the University of the Arts Poznań and at the Academy of Art in Szczecin. He is a member of the HAT Center – Humanities, Art and Technology research centre, as well as artistic director and producer of the festival of improvised music FRIV. He composes music for theatrical productions and radio drama, while creating multimedia installations as well. He composed music for The Case of Josephine H. (2014), The Poison, 16 (2017), Hybryda (2018) by Izabela Gustowska and Transandino and Pierogarnia by Kasper Piasecki. He created the video project Fonoleptic, and is the author of the conception for performances, theatre projects and installation. Together with Marta Romaszkan he is developing FRIV MOVE, a project devoted improvised music and dance. For 9 years has been hosting Audiosfera, a radio show on contemporary music on Radio Afera. He is an author of book “Traditions of noise in sound art”