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        May 24, 2017

        Carlos Gomez Caballero

        Colombia / Spain www.oyentes.net
        Colombian composer and sound artist, based in Barcelona since 1987. His work as a sound engineer, documentary filmmaker and researcher on the soundscape and the use of technology stands out.
        Professor of sound art and sound for interactive systems in various institutions in Barcelona. For more than a decade he was co-director of Sonoscop and the Zeppelin Sound Art festival, projects of the Orquestra del Caos, based at the Center for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona.
        Professor and founding member of IDATbcn, Institute of Design Art and Technology of Barcelona.
      • Date
        May 24, 2017

        Juan Felipe Cabrera 

        Colombia / Argentina
        Colombian artist and writer based in Argentina. His work focuses on audiovisual arts and new media. It links conceptual art to formats such as video art, installation, audiovisual concert, generative art and sound art; working the new media as a motor for critical research in philosophy, sociology and aesthetics. His work has been exhibited in different venues and festivals such as: Contemporary Venice (Italy), Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires (Argentina), TMS 3.0 (Colombia), The Wrong International Biennial (Argentina) and Balance-Unbalance (Argentina), among others.
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        May 24, 2017

        louis szarán

        Paraguayan www.luisszaran.org
        Luis Szarán is a prominent Paraguayan musician, conductor, composer and musical researcher. He has performed directing symphonic and chamber organizations from America and Europe. He is principal conductor of the Symphony Orchestra of the City of Asunción (OSCA) and the Philomusic Orchestra of Asunción. He has premiered works of his own authorship in numerous international festivals and has obtained the National Music Award granted for the first time in Paraguay by the National Parliament in 1997."
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        May 24, 2017

        Deja vu

        France
        DéjàVu is formed as a hybrid creation in which visual narration (cinema, numerical arts), musical narration (acoustic, electric and electronic) and scenographic illustration (mapping, lights creation) intertwine.” This multimedia creation dives the viewer into a live tale through the agency of filmic, scenographic and musical devices with multiple narrative processes. At the height of projections, video loops, sound designs and subjectivities dwells the idea of a musical experience and film temporalities. With a present divided in two by the interactivity between video mix and musical performance, the real doesn't go against the imaginary anymore: they build a dynamic movement.
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        May 24, 2017

        LIE (Lapland Improvisations Experiment)

        Finland www.paulilyytinen.com www.sergiocastrillon.com www.vokkolainen.wordpress.com/in-english www.laponiaimprovisations.wordpress.com/in-english
          Pauli Lyytinen, Saxophones, melodica, action performance and electronics Sergio Castrillon, Cello, voices, action performance and electronics Ville Vokkolainen, Electric guitar, action performance and electronics The work of the trio LIE (Lapland Improvisations Experiment) resident in Helsinki (Finland), navigates between the cohesion of different musical, sound and artistic languages with free improvisation. Its members, who come from different backgrounds, seek to interact artistically in the same space under no limitations of style or aesthetics. Which includes openness to works in collaboration with multimedia and performance. Simultaneously with their artistic activity, the LIE trio founded in 2012 an alternative educational collective in Helsinki called Lapland Improvisations. This project offers students from different fields of sound and musical interest various courses, workshops and concerts throughout the year. During its foundation, the collective has had prestigious artists from multiple disciplines as guest workshop leaders.
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        May 24, 2017

        VIDEOS PAIN. TRANSVISUAL ROADS 

        Spain
        VIDEOS PAIN. TRANSVISUAL ITINERANCES is an exhibition that invites you to discover the most transgressive and visionary works produced by Spanish video artists in the fruitful field of new media art. The exhibition has the support of the Spanish Cooperation through the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and brings together the most current and avant-garde of the Spanish audiovisual scene. Curated by Lury Lech and traveling internationally, after passing through Lima the exhibition will be presented in other Latin American countries in 2015. With a wide selection of 21 projects, the works are based on the collection of the Archive of the Audiovisual Digital Art and Contemporary Advanced Technologies-MADATAC Exhibition that is held annually in Madrid.
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        May 24, 2017

        Floating Painting

        Byeongwon Ha / USA
        Virginia Commonwealth University
        www.bwonha.com
        Floating Painting explores visitors' passive role as a portrait model in interactive art. This visualizes the process of drawing a painting over a long time just as drawing a real portrait painting. A webcam scans a visitor's face into an 18-by-32 pixilated image, and the LED canvas emits one color pixel of the image per three hundred milliseconds in order, then the webcam simultaneously re-photographs the LED colors on the canvas. Next, viewers can see the drawing process that illustrates the face on the wall. Unlike most interactive art projects with real-time closed-circuit video systems, in Floating Painting, visitors as passive models experience temps mort, or dead time to see their slow portraits, and to rethink their role in interactive art.
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        May 24, 2017

        GeoObs/Geometry of the Observation

        Daniel Cruz / Chile
        University of Chile
        www.masivo.cl
        “GeoObs” is a mixed media installation which observes the relations of three layers, Device, Image and Data, to build a dialogue to define the blurred definition of the privacy in the actual system of the visual representation in the global net. The installation explores the joints, cracks and displacements the contemporary context of the global net, confronting models and complex systems to build alliterations and iterations through visual strategies like site specific action, social and geopolitical relations, as also territorial gestures to highlight the concepts of invisibility , transparency, tracking and trace.
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