In our work, we theoretically and practically explore the question of how a person or a place can be mapped with his/her characteristics, his/her existence and the related peculiarities of his/her identities. Tracing the possibilities and limits of depicting the individual personality, its physical, spiritual and psychological dimensions is in the focus of our interests. Furthermore, our intermedial video and sound installations deal with the perception of space and sound in the form of interactive and static multi-channel installations. Against this backdrop we work with computer-based self-generating sound creation in real time (e.g. MAX/MSP) as well as the manipulation of these sounds within the framework of installations using special sensors and other external controls. In a broader sense we are also interested in integrating independent electroacoustic sound systems in live performances in order to explore their instrumental character. The transformation of sound with its spatial and sculptural nature into static or time-based visualizations marks our per se interdisciplinary approach.