(Lima, Peru,1979). While I was studying electronic engineering, I became interested in the possibilities offered by algorithms to influence our moods through the automated generation of music. This search led me into the world of programming and hardware development for interactivity. Since then, I have taken part in several projects that explore interaction among individuals, groups, systems, information, spaces, and moments.
Since 2003, I have worked jointly with José Carlos Martinat on a series titled stereo reality environments
which is a group of interventions that play with the relation between the object-being and its tendency toward a permutation of functions. The 2nd stereo reality environment
received the 2005 VIDA Contest Incentive for New Productions Award.
I have also organized several electronics workshops for creators and I have collaborated with artists in the production of electronics and media, in addition to taking part occasionally in industrial automation projects.
I am gradually becoming interested in the observation and dissemination of local events related to the application and adaptation of technologies, and am particularly fascinated by the medial proposals that manage to effect sudden changes in reality, from a social perspective.
My work has formed part of several events, exhibits and festivals including: ISEA2002 (Japan), Contacto (2003, Peru), VIDA (2004, Spain), VAE (2005, Peru), Emergentes (2007, Spain), and DELIVERI (2008, Peru).
I live and work in Lima, Peru.