Cuasar Audiovisual, was born in the Faculty of Communications of the University of Antioquia from the production and development of academic audiovisual content; a team made up of three filmmakers from Antioquia, Natalie Guilombo, Miguel Correa and Juan José Velásquez. Starting with the Cuásar transmedia project in 2016, the work team decided to continue betting on the creation, production and development of alternative audiovisual content, open to audiovisual creation for different formats and platforms. Understanding the audiovisual as a diverse and plural experience.
The Colectivo Microtonal collective develops, produces and disseminates sound-visual services, products and content. Co-produces the Festival de las Maravillas, a platform for circulation, visibility and exchange between actors of Colombian electronic music. Its leader Cristian Osorio is a professional in philosophy and letters from the University of Caldas, sound designer and music researcher with special interest in digital arts, new media and expanded music.
The Latin Fotofest is an itinerant photography festival in Latin America, its objective is to promote a visual culture through photography and contemporary image. Cultural exchanges with photographers from all over the world are the excuse to promote: dialogue, training, socialization and distribution of photographic projects on different platforms. The first version of the Latin Fotofest was held in 2016 in the City of Manizales with spaces for; Training Exhibition, Socialization and reflection. For the year 2017, the Latin Fotofest was articulated with a photography festival from Peru, El Fotofest Trujillo. For 2018, the Latin FotoFest will carry out the Second Version on October 10, 11 and 12 in the city of Manizales.
Artistic company of multidisciplinary production focused on the creation of sensory initiatives around the Plastic, Musical, Performing Arts, Hospitality and Mixology. Since 2012, a series of experimental artistic proposals have been undertaken in Bogotá (Colombia) that in 2014 consolidated curatorial projects around performance, painting, sculpture and music. From the interest in the creation of initiatives that generate multisensory experiences, in the Year 2016 the initiative of Teatro Mágico (Food for the Soul) in Oaxaca (Mexico) arises with electronic, hotel and mixological musical production that complements and generates cultural exchanges at a national level. global.
At DinámicoLab our objective is to articulate communities and ideas for the development of skills, construction and dissemination of knowledge and development of innovative objects and experiences. Our activities are related to creative processes, direct and online marketing of products and services and permanent communication through digital media; activities supported by the development of architecture projects, product design, experiences, educational workshops and innovation consulting services.
Bachelor of Music from the University of Caldas. I have also worked in local music bands (Stevia, Alex Aguirre, Los MojiGatos) with participation in National Music Festivals and Cultural Markets. In the same way I have done different Collaborative works in the Electronic Music scene with the artists Dj Julian Cardona and Moster Cyclon. Within my work I have also carried out and collaborated in audiovisual projects for companies such as La Chec, EPM group, Starkbucks, Constructora C.FC, the Department of History of the University of Caldas; with the realization of Sound Design, Original Music and Foley. I am currently working on an Electronic Music project, with the use of analog synthesizers and typical instruments such as the Tiple and the Chonta Marimba.
Professor of Design program, University of Ibagué. Visual Designer and Master in Design and Interactive Creation from the University of Caldas. Professionally focused on illustration, design of editorial projects (mainly drawn) and training audiences around reading and image creation issues. Especially interested in the aesthetic potential of sequential images in physical and digital media. I study drawn narratives and the symbolic alterations that technologies cause in reading and in their creation processes.