Luz Maria Sanchez Cardona


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  • ISEA2017

    Transdisciplinary art practitioner, scholar, media archaeologist and author, Dr. Luz María Sánchez (Mexico) studied music and literature, and through her doctoral studies (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain) she ocused on the role of sound in artistic practices since its mechanical inception in the 19th century. Sánchez is Artistic Member of the National System of Art Creators in Mexico, and is part of the Program “Science, Art and Complexity” of the Complexity Sciences Center at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México C3-UNAM. She is the Chair of the Department of Arts and Humanities at Universidad Autónoma Metroplitana, Lerma. Samuel Beckett electrónico: Samuel Beckett coclear (Mexico City: UAM) and The Technological Epiphanies of Samuel Beckett: Machines of Inscription and Audiovisual Manipulation (Mexico City: FONCA) are her most recent publications -both 2016-. Her artwork has been included in major sound and/or music festivals as well as museums and galleries in the Americas and Europe: Zéppellin Sound Art Festival (Spain), Bourges International Festival of Electronic Music and Sonic Art (France), and Festival Internacional de Arte Sonoro (Mexico); Museum of Contemporary Art (Bogotá), Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil (Mexico City), The Dallas Contemporary (Dallas), The Illinois State Museum (Chicago and Springfield) and Centro de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona (CCCB) among others.

    ISEA 2012

    Luz María Sánchez, CONACULTA / Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico


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