Since its inception in 1968, the Logos Foundation promotes and helps develop experimental music and sound art in the broadest sense of the word. The foundation operates in three domains: research and production, organising concerts, and documentation. In practice, these domains show some overlap, resulting in an interaction between composers, scientists, musicians, dancers and other artists.
All productions, both for national and international stages, are preceded by extensive research, thus bridging science and art. In their studios and laboratories, Logos conducts technological research with an eye to developing sound installations, musical automatons and different interfaces. The Automated Orchestra is a well-known example of Logos's artistic output.
The Logos Tetrahedron hosts concerts of experimental sound artists from Belgium and abroad. Logos's vast archive can be consulted by appointment.