"Composer Serge Verstockt has been working with video and audio-electronics for years now. In collaboration with the ensemble for experimental music Champ D'Action and architect Werner Vandermeersch he created a project that investigates the spatial interaction between video and music. Screens combines electrical instruments, real-time electronics and computer controlled images. In 1998 this work in progress started with hacking a video game. In the following years Screens has grown through several developing stages to become a large scale multimedia project. The sounds of improvising musicians are manipulated by computers and spatially projected through the hall. At the same time images are projected onto large screens as virtual rooms that disorient the surrounded audience in the same way as the sound. Video and electronic sound are thus melted into one moving experience. Both a selection of images and the underlying music can be enjoyed on your computer, the full soundtrack can be listened to on a CD-player."