She has been composing sound collage and improvising collaboratively and individually since 2012. Her first published works are Cárcel Va'l Paraíso (2013) and Réquiem para el Réquiem para el Camarada Pablo Neruda (2013).
Alberto Novello (also known as JesterN) is a multimedia artist, scientist and composer. His main field of activity is based on the creation of probabilistic multimedia architectures, at the technological limit between instability and error.
Professor at the Humanities Institute of Arts and Sciences, in the area of concentration in Contemporary Arts and Technologies, and the Graduate Program in Performing Arts, UFBA. Choreographer, dancer, media artist.
Uruguayan composer based in Chile. Assistant Professor (D) of the Sound Department of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Chile. Doctor in Music, field of Musical Composition, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Post-doctorate in Interdisciplinary Poetics (UFRJ), Cultural Studies (UFRJ), and in Intelligence Technologies and Digital Design (PUC-SP), PhD in Communication and Contemporary Culture (UFBA), Master in Art and Image Technology (UnB) and Bachelor of Arts (FECLIp).
Sofía Garrido - With a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Paris and a degree as an Integral Designer from the Universidad Católica de Chile, Sofía has developed her work around a wide range of disciplines: from graphic design, editorial design, brand identity to art direction, curatorship and photography.
Felipe Prado - Chilean multidisciplinary artist and director who works mainly in music visualization and post-photographic experimentation.
Felipe Arturo is an architect and artist born in Bogotá in 1979. His practice takes elements from a variety of fields in the proximities of urbanism, architecture, history of the city and the relationship between art, politics, history, geography and economy. His works and projects are mainly sculptures, installations and videos based on concepts such as structure, sequence and matter.
Professor, School of Audiovisual Creation, Universidad Austral de Valdivia. Filmmaker and audiovisual editor. Oriented towards a cinema that persists in rescuing the collective memory, through experimentation, the language of direct recording and the rescue of the diverse views of Latin America.
Documentary photographer with special interest in social issues and the use of the image as a way to generate audiences. Co-founder of Buen Lugar, an independent publishing initiative that publishes photography books and zines.
Medial artist based in Santiago, Chile. His work explores digital technologies and light as mediators between physical space, nature, the body and human perception. A graduate of Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, his works have been exhibited internationally in different spaces and art festivals in different countries such as the United States, Australia, Japan, South Korea and Poland.
Chilean scientist, creative and entrepreneur. Original idea of "A journey through color" and founder of Casa Maquis Spa. Maqui has a degree in applied physics and physical engineering and has spent part of her career in the world of science applied to public policies for decontamination and climate change.
Uará is a duo of transmedia art and artistic technologies (CL-BO) focused on the use of new media. We produce Global Bass music with Afro-Latin American roots rhythms, mainly Peruvian festejo, rescuing the identity of the mestizo and Afro-descendant sound.
Sound and visual artist. Professor at UDELAR, Coordinator of the Computerized Languages Area and of the Degree in Digital and Electronic Art at the Instituto Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes of the Universidad de la República del Uruguay.
D. in Psychology, Advisor to the Observatory of Social Responsibility for Latin America and the Caribbean. He was appointed Visiting Scholar through the Prometeo Scholarship of the Government of Ecuador at the Universidad Técnica de Ambato.
LAJALADA is the musical project of Belén Álvarez Doreste, who is accompanied by wonderful musicians from the Canary scene such as Ner Suárez (Atlántida), Alberto Rodríguez (La Perra de Pavlov), Octavio Limiñana (Nimañana) and Juan Pérez (Boreals, Zumurrud, etc) to present DMÑNNS (demañananosé), a very eclectic album, let's call it pop, but bucolic! with a lot of electronic cuts, but a lot of organic background.
Cultural producer, instigator of collaborative models that are redefining the boundaries of artistic fields. He is currently the director and co-founder of Hyphen Hub, a New York-based organization working at the intersection of art and emerging technology. Hyphen Hub produces live performances, large and small-scale installations, exhibitions and immersive experiences.
Annabelle Playe is a multidisciplinary artist. She likes to explore voice, sound, video and writing. She studied classical singing and composition with Sergio Ortega in Paris. She is a soprano and performs contemporary music.
Editor of Raya Editorial and AñZ, Fotografía Expandida de Latinoamérica. Architect of the National University of Colombia. Best Degree Works 2005-2006, UNAL. Colfuturo Scholarship 2007. MA (merits) in Photography and Urban Cultures, Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Born in Santiago de Chile in 1973. His family went into exile that same year, first to Bogota and then to Berlin. Then they moved to Havana for five years and finally settled in Mexico City for 10 years, until 1990, when they returned to Chile.
Born in 1983. He lives and works in Vitry-sur-Seine. After studying Fine Arts in Nantes and Cultural Mediation in Angers, Matthieu Crimersmois first committed himself to business school. Unwilling to cheat his colleagues for the sake of a company, he returned to his true roots: drawing and music, linked from the beginning.
N2U is a French contemporary art duo created in 2016. At its origin are artists Eric Szerman (director and composer) and Camille Turlot (videomaker, author and performer). Both musicians by training, with a degree in business for Eric and a degree in philosophy for Camille, they started working together in Paris 15 years ago.
Dr. Ricardo Dal Farra is a composer, educator, researcher, curator, and historian, specializing in contemporary/electroacoustic music and electronic arts. He is Professor in the Department of Music at Concordia University, Canada and Founding Director of the Center for Experimentation and Research in Electronic Arts (CEIArtE) at the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Argentina.
D. in Design from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), B.A. in Psychology (UBA). He is a professor and researcher in audiovisual media and interactive systems, and teaches at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU-UBA) and at the National University of the Arts (UNA).
Born in Bogotá in 1989. Master of Arts with emphasis in audiovisual media from Universidad de los Andes, 2012. He has developed projects in countries such as France, United States, Spain, Mexico, England, Colombia, Germany and Belgium.
Sandrine Deumier is a multidisciplinary artist working in the fields of performance, poetry and video art whose work investigates post-futurist themes through the development of aesthetic forms related to digital imaginaries.
She has researched and developed large-scale interactive installations that, in most cases, center the body offering visceral mediations on how individuals perceive and physically communicate with the spaces they inhabit. She has exhibited in numerous art institutions around the world.
Solimán López, born in Burgos, Spain in 1981, develops his artistic production between his studio in Paris, France (UAS, Updated Art Studio) and ESAT LAB, Innovation department he directs at ESAT, Escuela Superior de Arte y Tecnología de Valencia, Spain.