Anna E Weiser is a composer, sound artist and vocalist, with an acoustic intermedia art and research approach in her work. Her interests are acoustic communication and ecology, tone and tonus in relation to room, place and body, improvisation and composition.

She holds a Master’s degree in Music, Composition Intermedia, The Royal College of Music, Stockholm. A program in collaboration with the University College of Arts, Craft and Design, and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

Her artistic focus is spatial sensibility and listening, and the work is influenced by music- and dance-improvisation, as well as research on sound, ambience and resonance.

She grew up, and is living now again since many years, on the island Gotland in Sweden. Together with her husband Wolfgang Weiser, balance artist and teacher of the Alexander Technique, she runs a summer school in circus inspired sound- and balance school for children and youth, which is now developing into Vibrationsverket  (Vibration Plant), an artistic experimental “node” for Sound- and Balance issues.