Casa Decor is a leading interior design exhibition for Spanish, Iberian and International markets.

I developed this projection mapping for the Finsa space, designed by the galician design studio cenlitrosmetrocadrado.






El Caballø del Sueñø_ begins in early 2016 with the aim of joining thelikes of Marta Verde, visual artist and programmer, and Jose Venditti(NegrøNegrø), and it's launched in public at a live set in Madrid onMarch 5th. Both artists explore both through music and visuals the limits of noise, the link between the organic and the electronic and the use ofrepetition as a leitmotiv for the live sessions.

NegrøNegrø is Jose Venditti's musical project since early 2013. In that year, NN released his first singles which mainly research the relationship among minor chord popular musics, such as blues, bolero, flamenco, jazz and soul. And reinterprets them through electronic music.

In 2014, the project takes shape and gets strengthened with the release of TTIG EP, following the previous route but making space to experimentation and sound design.

"The Thrill Isn't Gone II" is NegrøNegrø's second EP and it means a continuation through the jazz and electronic experimentation started in his previous work (TTIG, november 2014). In this occasion, the album sound turns more violent by playing with tensions, blows, rythms and textures, and a clear intention of searching the physical sound experience.

Daniel Van Lion is the electronic music project of the Madrid based artist Daniel R. Mesa. Introduction to a Natural Era delves into the dichotomies between nature and city life, organic and synthetic.

Read more: Daniel Van Lion

I was invited to participate in this digital, light-art based festival in Mexico DF. With other 19 artists, our video pieces where played in the Hemiciclo Juarez space.

Yoga (Generative processing piece based on the same name song from Daniel Van Lion)

Read more: VAW - Visual Art Week Mexico 2015

Charanga is music and performance, Portuguese and international, old and modern, traditional and innovative, rural and metropolitan, analogue and digital, festive and introspective, human and robotic.

Read more: A Charanga