Interspecifics is a multispecies collectivity experimenting in the intersection between art, science and technology.
Interspecifcs is focused on the relationship between waveforms, living matter and the way in which sound frequencies affect and create physical forms. The project seeks for a pattern-based understanding of our context in order to illustrate the underlying order in the physical universe and human consciousness that appears to be intimately related to sound.
Works generating electronic art and digital media projects. Her work explores the fusion process between art and technology, using techniques such as the production of virtual tools, development of electronic prototypes, audio production, net art pieces design and visual generative codes.
Paloma Lopez is a concert and academic conference producer. Holds a Master of Creative and CulturalEntrepreneurship from Goldsmith’s University of London with a line research on Critical Studies and Cultural Theory. Part of the Radioglobal collective, an online radio station based in Tijuana since 2008. She is currently the research director at the online platform for contemporary culture Estándar studying new models of intentional creative communities.
Sound, Heterogenous Art and Performance in Europe, Sensory Experience and Enhanced Realities