Composer, sound designer and audio engineer, Sol Rezza is an argentinian artist who considers storytelling as a fundamental piece for us humans to translate our spatio-temporal insights. Inhabiting different fields related to the sound, her practice aims at the creation of immersive sound spaces to bridge art, psychoacoustics and technology in order to explore the ways we perceive time and space through our senses and how sound is able to influence that perception. Embracing a multimedia universe to enrich her research, Rezza has already worked with live performances, experimental compositions for radio, digital media, video games, films and installations to the creation of atmospheres, environments and sound effects.
Immersive and intimate, Analucía Roeder’s audiovisual metaverses invites you to contemplate and explore a random series of events, mixing colors and human bodies. From experimental documentary to 3D renders and VR experiences, generative art and VJing, Analucía explores moving images playfully, with a deep compromise on auto representation. For the past years she has worked with different festivals and institutions and her documentary Cocachauca won the prize of the most innovative film in CINECIEN, Argentina. A restless and constantly expanding imagination, she premiered her first solo VR experience Inside A, in Somerset House Studios, a very personal experience exploring the narrative in the virtual reality atmosphere. She has been part of Mutek’s Amplify cohort since 2019 and is also a film professor in Lima, Perú where she is based at the moment.