Billy Bultheel is a Belgian composer whose untypical approach to composition mixes performance, architecture and storytelling. He is known for combining heavy-duty electronica with medieval and Baroque polyphony. Alexander Iezzi is an artist and musician based in Berlin. In his practice, he focuses on transforming sonic material into surrealist sound scenes and audiovisual artwork. He ranges broad from sculpture installations, through video, radio plays to live performance, in which he often problematizes conventional takes on identity, politics, and various psychological concepts. Their joint project 33 fuses performance, music and installation with a view to explore and develop purposeful relationships between these disciplines. Bultheel’s conservatory background and Iezzi’s engagement on the DIY punk and experimental music scene form a solid basis for this research. In their performance 33plugged, replete with musical and emotional contrasts, apocalyptic scenes and combinations of the uncombinable, they are backed by vocalist Ivan Cheng.