Rakic Vladimir (1974, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia/Netherlands) is sound designer, composer and performer living and working in Amsterdam and Berlin.
He graduated as Bachelor of Art and Technology in Sound Design and Composition in Context at the HKU University of Arts Utrecht in 2005.

His recent work is influenced by cinematic storytelling, exploring improvised music/instant composition with means of live sampling, self-generated digital music, virtual circuit bending, noise and field recordings.
His latest projects include sensesurgery (live cinema performance) and CineZoo (live soundtrack performance).

He is also active as composer and sound designer in context of film, theater performance and art installation.
His collaboration include Petra Seliskar's ''Mother Europe' (2013), Peter Brosens 'La cinquieme saison' (2012), Viktor Kossakovsky's 'Viva Antipodas' (2011), Sanja Mitrovic 'A Short History Of Crying' (2010), Monika Lorber 'Una/Ona' (2009), among others.