Agnė Matulevičiūtė (b. 1991) is a sound artist and composer, with a particular focus on music for theatre and film. Media and interdisciplinary art contexts, musical performances, experiments based on sonic expression are her field of activity. She is currently studying PhD at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, where she is researching and developing the concept of “after-sound” in contemporary music. Since 2014 she has been actively participating in group exhibitions, art and contemporary music festivals, artist residencies in Lithuania and abroad. Her music written for cinema has been recognised with a national award. She has also composed music for 30+ productions in the biggest Lithuanian theatres and some in Europe. Her composed and directed radio piece won national award for the best radio program of 2020. Agnė continues to actively cowork with artists in various fields, she is the artistic director of the music festival “Music in Space”, and the organiser of the international theatre festival “Sirenos” club program. In 2019 she became a member of the Lithuanian Composers’ Union. A. Matulevičiūtė is also active as an electronic music artist and is performing live under the pseudonym Agnès M. In her compositions she often uses the sounds of modular and analogue synthesizers from her 1980s collection.