Robot, teach us to pray.
Myth and Prosthesis III.

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Work

Myth and Prosthesis IV: Body Rhythm Data

Technology can turn the most intimate feelings into information with an economical value, into data. The sacred is what cannot be bought or sold. 
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Myth and Prosthesis III: Robot, Teach us to Pray

My motivation was to use technology as a cognitive tool to liberate myself. I went back to crucial “pedagogical” events of my childhood, to the first times when my behavior and relationship with reality was repressed.   Go to project →

Myth and Prosthesis II: I Enjoy The World

Our dreams and imagination have become a valuable commodity, and social media has become a very effective way of control.

This album is the result of an experiment I did over six months as a form of cognitive resistance. Go to project →

Myth and Prosthesis I

Myth and Prosthesis I: Do robots have an Ethnicity?

In the era of cognitive capitalism, our relationship with technology defines connections between body, mind and reality. Who is represented in the design of the new body-technology integrations?  Go to project →

La Mecánica Popular – Experimental Latin American Ensemble

Explores the frontier between social dance and experimentalism, and seeks to erode the divisions between the popular and the avant-garde. Go to project →

La Vuelta al Día en 80 Mundos – Radio Show

Music ranging from the most experimental to field recordings from around the world. Polycentric, de-colonized radio. 
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Fusión: A Soundtrack for Peru

Fusión: A Soundtrack for Peru. Book + Video Documentary + Compilation CD

“Fusión”, a Peruvian music genre that brings together a myriad of traditional and contemporary styles. Featured artists include Susana Baca, Yma Sumac, El Polen, and many more.

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Radiohuayco: Ethnography of the Sound of Lima

A project that explored the frontier between anthropology and art (2003 – 2007)

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