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Jorge Haro

País Argentina / Spain

Sound and audiovisual artist.

He researches in the fields of experimental music, audiovisual pieces, installations and exhibitions. He works in the aesthetic and scientific aspects of the sound and vibrations, with particular interest in the expanded listening, the visualization of the sound, the audiovisual relations and the data transformation processes.

He has released seven solo records: a>v 2.0 | online ep (Epsa Music, 2014); a>v (Epsa Music, 2012); works based on field recordings (Sudamérica Electrónica, 2008/Epsa Music, 2012); early works_8991 (exp_net, 2007); u_xy (Fin del mundo, 2005/Epsa music, 2012); u_2003 (Fin del mundo, 2003/Epsa Music, 2012); música 200(0) (Fin del mundo, 2001/Epsa Music, 2012). His music and video pieces have been included in different compilation albums edited in Argentina, United States, Spain, Switzerland, Poland and Finland.

He has made acousmatic concerts, audiovisual concerts, installations and exhibitions in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, United States, Canada, Spain, Portugal, France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Holland, Denmark and Finland. He composed pieces of music in collaboration with Francisco López/Absolute Noise Ensamble, Zbigniew Karkowski, Mitchell Akiyama, Sergi Jordà, and 1605munro, among others.

He has participated in the following festivals: Mostra Sonora i Visual (Spain, 2014); International Image Festival (Colombia, 2014); In Real Time (Colombia, 2014); Tsonami (Chile, 2013); International Image Festival (Colombia, 2012); Sound situation: the aural drift (Spain, 2012); Recorreguts Sonors (Spain, 2011); LEV (Spain, 2010); Là-Bas Biennale (Finland, 2010); Radar (Mexico, 2010); Tsonami (Chile, 2009); Visionen (Germany, 2009); International Image Festival (Colombia, 2009); Unsound Festival (Poland, 2008); Experimentaclub (Spain, 2007); Shift (Switzerland, 2007); Sónikas (Spain, 2006); Experimentaclub (Spain, 2006); 5hype (Brazil, 2006); Confluencias (Spain, 2005); Champ Libre (Canada, 2004); Sound Site (United States, 2004); Ertz (Spain, 2004); Contacto (Peru, 2004); Observatori (Spain, 2003); LEM (Spain, 2003); Days of Digital Art (Argentina, 2002); Ares y Pensares (Brazil, 2002); Interfaces_02 (Uruguay, 2002); 5 Biennale of Video and New Media of Santiago (Chile, 2001); LEM (Spain, 2001); Sónar (Spain, 2000); Internationale Filmmusik Biennale (Germany, 1999), among others.

He has made two solo exhibitions: a>v 2.0 [a/i version], MOCK gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2013; and u_1.0 [snap_black box], Arteleku, Donosti, Spain, 2005; Cultural Center of Spain, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2005.

He has made soundtracks for film, video and theatre in works directed by Claudio Caldini, Fernán Rudnik, Diego M. Lascano, Carlos Trilnick, Silvina Farji, Manuel Hermelo- Alfredo Visciglio y Rubén Szuchmacher, among others.

Is artistic adviser of Escuchar concert cycle, of Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art (2012-2014); was director of the Conciertos en el LIMb0 concert cycle, of Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art (2002-2011); co-director of Fin del mundo art web site (1996- 2006); and of the iberoamerican project of artistic interchange and cultural cooperation Experimentaclub LIMb0 (2007-2011). During three years he was co-director of Sudamérica Electrónica label (2007-2009).

He is professor in courses of audio-visual design at the Palermo University (Buenos Aires) and in courses of Cultural Management at the National University of Tres de Febrero (Buenos Aires Province).

He made lectures and courses of sound, computer music, audiovisual design and performance at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Spain); Complutense University (Madrid, Spain); Roskilde University (Roskilde, Denmark); Arhaus Music Conservatory (Aarhaus, Denmark); Caldas University (Manizales, Colombia); Los Andes University (Bogota, Colombia); and the Goethe Institut (Buenos Aires, argentina), among others.

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