Javiera Robledo Karapas
(Antofagasta, Chile). Architect FAAD-UDP (2013). Certified in Ableton Training at TLAM (2017). Master in Sound Art-Universitat de Barcelona (2021). Architect and interdisciplinary artist who intertwines the arts and science. He has made pieces of sound art, focused on listening practices, acousmatics and soundscape: Water Cycles II and I (CH-2022), Column of Water II and I (ES-2021), Video installation Reflection in salt (ES -2020), among other works. LAOCOONTE Magazine Publication. OPENINGS AND DRIFT OF SOUND ART. Review: Sonic Agency: Sound and Incipient Forms of Resistance (2021). https://ojs.uv.es/index.php/LAOCOONTE/article/view/21690
Currently, together with a multidisciplinary team, he develops a recording and phonographic production called "Escuchas Liminales del Neuston", where sound and musical art is committed to the natural environment: the maritime currents of Valparaíso and its biological dimension. Collaborate with the arts of sound in the dance project "Practices of the common: Membrana" by Poly Rodriguez. He is part of the Latin American media and sound arts research team of the project "Artistic Implementations of Acoustic Ecology", directed by Juan Bautista Ford (ICSE Institute, Ushuaia headquarters).