24—26 Oct. 2024
Vilanova i la Geltrú - Barcelona

She focuses her practice on creative programming and electronics, combining them with non-digital objects to create interactive projects, robotic installations, and handcrafted electronic devices.

The general interest of his artistic practice lies in the development of alternative technologies through creative programming and electronics. His proposals fuse technology and philosophy through art, creating technological artifacts far from the need for functionality or productivity, solely for the purpose of building critical devices that stimulate collective thought and discussion. Formally, his practice is based on the production of electronic objects and hand-made robots, which represent different concepts from his field of research, presenting themselves as theatrical devices. With these devices, he wants to offer experiences that propose alternative ways of thinking about technologies, robotics and open hardware. Through this process, his works aim to illustrate how artistic research is a valid way to rethink and collaborate with the advancement of techno-scientific knowledge, providing new perspectives and generating unknown paths of exploration. He would like to present a future in which art is necessary to achieve a profound transformation of the technological world we inhabit, as a form of experimental thought between philosophy and engineering.

With his projects I have participated in different festivals around the world such as Ars Electronica in Linz, Creative Tech Week in New York, Robotronica in Australia or FILE in Brazil, among others, and I have exhibited in local institutions such as the CCCB, Arts Santa Mónica, La Capella or Disseny Hub.

His works are part of the .NewArt {foundation;} and DKV Collection art collections.

She has been awarded the 2021 Catalan Culture Prize, and also at the Japan Art Media Festival, AMAZE Berlin, Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition in Atlanta and with a Leonardo scholarship from the BBVA Foundation. He has participated in artistic residencies at Technoculture, Arts and Games in Montreal, European Media Artists in Residence Exchange (EMARE-EMAP) in QUT (Australia) and Hexagram (Montreal), Medialab Prado in Madrid, Platohedro in Medellín and Etopía in Zaragoza, as part of the European ARTificial Intelligence Lab program.

Currently, he is an artist in residence in two European S+T+ARTS programs, one in Barcelona (In the City) with Hacte and the Insititut de Robotics i Informàtica Industrial UPC-CSIC, and another in Finland (GRIN) at the artistic innovation center from the Oulu University of Applied Sciences (OAMK).

 

 

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