Dimitris Menexopoulos (a.k.a. Menex) is a versatile composer, sound designer, audio technologist and multi-instrumentalist from Thessaloniki, Greece. Having an academic background in Geoscience, Electronic Production and Design, he draws elements from a wide spectrum in the fields of Art and Science to carry out his work. He has two solo albums under his name (Phenomena - 2014, Perpetuum Mobile - 2017), an EP (40 EP - 2020), two published soundtracks (Iolas Wonderland - 2021, The Village - 2019) and various performances internationally. His collaborations include electronic musician Robert Rich (Vestiges - 2016), director Shekhar Kapur (Brides of the Well - 2018) and film composer George Kallis (Cliffs of Freedom - 2019, The Last Warrior: Root of Evil - 2021) among others. As a designer, he has presented work at sites including the Barbican Centre (Nesta FutureFest - 2019, with Akvile Terminaite), the Somerset House (24 Hours in Uchronia with Helga Schmid - 2020) and Apple Regent Street (Today at Apple - 2020, with Yiming Yang). His current research is on innovative Music Composition and Performance Systems. His original devices have been displayed at prestigious venues in the UK (Iklectik - 2020), France (IRCAM - 2019, 2020) and in the USA (Mass MoCA - 2019). He is currently based in London, UK.