ABOUT THE ARTIST
He researches and works with sound by making art, music, design, techniques and technologies, through experimental processes.
His artwork is characterized by a transdisciplinary approach to different fields of knowledge, and his works and performances have been exhibited in Berlin, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, London, Belfast, Sydney, Linz, Valparaíso and Santiago. He is currently enrolled in the MA Sound Studies and Sonic Arts program of the Universität der Künste Berlin. He also works as sound designer, creative coder and art curator for creative studios and institutions such as Maotik Studio, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, cactus.is, WeSense, Anableps XR, JPG.ARQ, Oi Futuro and Festival Multiplicidade.
ABOUT HIS WORK
Anti-cartesian Gestures explores possibilities of poetic gestures of non-cartesian geometric representations. The first outcomes of this research are two scores based on two different diagrams, the Penrose diagram and the Smith chart. The Penrose diagram is a two-dimensional space-time diagram that captures geometrical causal structures through a conformal treatment of infinity, and the Smith chart is a graphical calculator or nomogram designed for solving mathematical problems with transmission lines and matching circuits. Both scores have a written component, which articulates the relation with the graphical aspect of the scores in order to perform the piece, a piece that can be thought of as a listening strategy or tactic.
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