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(c) Hernán Kerlleñevich

Biological neurons and the use of electroencephalography (EEG) systems for audiovisual performances

Guest Lecture with Hernán Kerlleñevich

born in Bahía Blanca, Argentina (1980)
sound artist, composer, performer, professor and researcher living and working in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  
 
His artistic production includes interactive sound installations, audiovisual  performances, site specific works, electronic and instrumental  music compositions,  interdisciplinary  projects merging art and science. He is a founding  member  of the argentinian sound art collective Buenos Aires Sonora. His work and collaborations have been exhibited and awarded at CCEBA (2009, Buenos  Aires), EAC (2010,  Montevideo),  Espacio Fundación Telefónica (2013, Buenos Aires), Museo Castagnino (2013,  Rosario) Ars Electronica (2013, Linz), Festival de Cannes (2015), Centro Cultural de la Ciencia (2016, Buenos Aires), Teatro Colón  (2016, Buenos Aires), Biennale di Venezia (2013, 2016), among others.
 
He holds a Degree in Electroacoustic Music Composition at UNQ (National University of Quilmes, Argentina). His work includes original and additional music for theatre and film and works at the National University of Quilmes (UNQ) teaching in the Computer Music area of the Music and Technology Degree and the Electroacoustic Composition Degree.
At the  National University of  Tres de Febrero  (UNTREF) he works as a Professor in the area of Sound Technology and Interactive Sound Installations Programming with Pure Data. He also works at the Film University (FUC) teaching Sound Design and Musicalization.

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Biological neurons and the use of electroencephalography (EEG) systems for audiovisual performances
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Date
January 09, 2017, 13:00h
Location
Hohenstaufengasse