The SpACE-Net symposium was a hive of activity across numerous fields, with a diverse range of artists, researchers and techies bringing together a spectrum of ideas surrounding space and sound. A few of the projects that I was made aware of through various encounters:
COMA "promotes participation in contemporary music for musicians of all abilities". Related to the Emotional Orchestra performance at the Tate, and now the nascent all-female Madarms group.
Louise Wilson's work at Orford Ness bears a definite resonance with the photo/sound documentary gathered by Julia and me at Teufelsberg.
Study In Keith (Quicktime mov, begins with extended silence) is the first truly compelling example of live coding that I've ever seen. Stunning. By Andrew Sorenson in his Impromptu environment, inspired by the work of Keith Jarrett.