Claudia Robles-Angel is composer, sound and new media artist. Born in Bogotá-Colombia, currently living in Cologne-Germany and active worldwide. Her work and research cover different aspects of visual and sound art, which extend from audio-visual fixed media compositions to performances and installations interacting with biomedical signals via the usage of interfaces such as, for example, the BCI (Brain Computer Interface) measuring brain waves activity.
She has been artist-in-residence in several outstanding institutions, for example at ZKM Karlsruhe (DE), KHM Cologne (DE), at the ICST – Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technologies ZHdK Zurich (CH), at CMMAS – Mexican Center for the Music and the Soundarts Morelia (MX) and at the Foundation Künstlerdorf Schöppingen NRW (DE).
Her work is constantly featured in not only media and sound-based festivals/conferences but also in group and solo exhibitions around the globe, for example, the ZKM Center in Karlsruhe; KIBLA Multimedia Centre in Maribor, Bauhaus Museum für Gestaltung Berlin, the International Computer Music Conferences ICMC in Copenhagen, Montréal and Utrecht; Festival Internacional de la Imagen in Manizales, ESPACIO Fundación Telefónica in Buenos Aires, DRHA2010 Sensual Technologies London, New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival NYCEMF; SIGGRAPH Asia in Yokohama; Re-New Festival Copenhagen; New Interfaces for Musical Expression NIME Oslo; ISEA Istanbul, Manizales, Durban and Gwangju, at 55th Venice Biennale Prohelvetia – Salon Suisse, Audio Art Festival Cracow, CMMR Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research Plymouth and Marseille, at Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center New York City, Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá, MADATAC 07 Madrid, IK Stichting Vlissingen, Digitale Duesseldorf, the Athens Digital Art Festival ADAF, HEROINES OF SOUND Berlin, Experimental Intermedia New York City, CMMAS and Radio UNAM Mexico, RE:SOUND Festival and MAH Aalborg, Electromuseum Moscow, Museo de Antioquia Medellín, Kunst-station Sankt Peter Cologne and more recently at MM Gerdau Museum in Belo Horizonte.