Composer at the Art School of the National University of Córdoba, Argentina. He studied guitar with Irma Costanzo in Buenos Aires. Throughout his career he has received numerous national and international awards. His works have been regularly presented in nine countries in America and twelve in Europe. An important part of his production is dedicated to multimedia experiences, working with artists such as dancers, photographers, video artists, media artists and actors. As a teacher, he is currently professor of the Seminar of Composition with New Technologies, at the School of Arts of the National University of Córdoba. He has lectured as guest professor at universities in Spain, France, Italy and Germany.
Scriptwriter, researcher. Social Communicator and journalist from Universidad del Valle. She has worked in the European Union in Colombia and participated as a producer in the realization of different audiovisual, radio, installations and virtual reality pieces.
Artist and professor appointed to the School of Social Communication of the Universidad del Valle, creator of the Hypermedia Laboratory "HiperLab" and leader of the line of research - creation in digital aesthetics of the research group Caligari.
After pursuing a bachelor's degree in theater studies at UQAM, Gabrielle Couillard explored a wide variety of live performances, both in terms of production and sound, with a special interest in the conception of rich soundscapes that evoke precious memories of places and feelings.
Originally from St. John's, Kasey Pocius is a genre-fluid intermediate artist based in Montreal who grew up experimenting with multimedia software while also pursuing classical training in viola and piano.
D. in Design, Master in Design and Interactive Creation from the University of Caldas, Systems Engineer from the Autonomous University of Manizales and Specialist in University Teaching at the University of Caldas. He worked as a support engineer and researcher at the Jackeline Nova electroacoustic music laboratory, as a teacher he has taught engineering, multimedia, acoustics and design at different universities in Colombia.
Bachelor's degree in music from the Universidad de Caldas (2007), and master's degree in design and interactive creation from the Universidad de Caldas. Composer of music for audiovisual and stage with 15 years of experience in theater, music for documentaries, short films and telematic music.
D. in music from the University of Montreal, specializing in contemporary music under the direction of Canadian flutist Lise Daoust. Recognized for his talent and discipline, he has been awarded scholarships of excellence throughout his training by the Faculty of Music and the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies of the University of Montreal.
He is an artist and media designer from Colombia, currently living in Berlin. He has focused his research on how the real world can be recreated with physics and mathematics by running algorithms that simulate physical worlds in virtual representations.
Member and founder of the incidental music project The Black Future (TBF), he has performed at MAR Museum (Mar del Plata) / MACBA (Museum of Contemporary Art of Buenos Aires) / FASE Cycle organized by CASo (Center for Contemporary Sound Art of CNB).
Paz Tornero, born in Spain, holds a Ph.D. in Art from the Complutense University of Madrid. She has been a visiting researcher at Harvard University and the MIT Media Lab. She is an expert in fields related to art and science, digital humanities, technological art and transdisciplinary practice.
José Manuel Berenguer is coordinator and professor of Psychoacoustics and Experimental Music of the Master in Sound Art at the UB and director of the Orquestra del Caos. He is linked to several organizations for the promotion of electronic art and experimental music.
David Rothenberg has written and performed on the relationship between humanity and nature for many years. He is the author of Why Birds Sing, on making music with birds, also published in England, Italy, Spain, Taiwan, China, Korea, and Germany. It was turned into a feature length BBC TV documentary. His following book, Thousand Mile Song, is on making music with whales. It was turned into a film for French television.
Master in Design and Interactive Creation from the University of Caldas (2010) and Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Technological University of Pereira (2003). In his work he is interested in interactions between nature and culture, and investigates the correlation and exchanges between cultural, natural and immaterial goods, in tune with ancestral knowledge.
Acousmatic creator, cellist and sound artist. He studied in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Spain. He is a graduate of the Conservatorio Provincial J.J.Castro, Buenos Aires and is currently pursuing a postgraduate degree in Sound Art at the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero.
Sound and interdisciplinary artist. Initially trained as an electroacoustic musician/composer and in cinematography. Since 2012 he premieres sound works and video pieces, in parallel he concentrates on the body-interface search, combining gesture and phonetic sound in a syncretic journey turned to video and performance in Ancestral ideophony.
Visual/sound composer and researcher. Currently studying a Ph.D. in Communication, New Media and Cultural Studies at McMaster University. Her project focuses on audio-visual practices within live performance platforms, taking theories and practices of live coding to develop a language for live musical-visual performance.
This collective has been working since the SIAS project (Sound Art Information System) in cooperation between the Universidad Antonio Nariño (UAN) and the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (PUJ). Their creations combine digital, analog and visual sound elements from different formats and based on the study of Colombian sound territories.
Nueve Voltios is a duo composed by Mache (singer, sound artist and industrial designer) and Leo González (architect, video artist and VJ). Artists who intervene transversal spaces, with scenic proposals that embrace technology, video, music, film, architecture and performance, to create audiovisual pieces with themes related to tele-communications, spatial poetics and contemporary social phenomena.