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Ilir Lluka is an Albanian writer/sound-artist. While his academic life lies outside literature and arts (he’s majored in political sciences and international relations), he began his artistic background with poetry from the age of 11 until recent years when he began experimenting with electronic music. His soundworks are based on real-life psychological perceptions combining electronic sounds with synthesized field-recordings and have been presented in art galleries in Tirana and other artistic spaces in installations, solo sound-art performances (including the National History Museum of Albania), and a short film commissioned by the Albanian Academy of Arts. Ilir was guest of the 2013 edition of “To Be Continued…” an international radioweb event for contemporary music hosted by Stazione Di Topolo (Italy) along names like Pauline Oliveros, Felicia Atkinson, Alessandra Celletti, etc. His EP “Looking At My Hands” was published on May 2014 by Manyfeetunder label and “Res” a recent EP with Jonida Prifti released on ozky e-sound label.