Víctor Mazón Gardoqui

Victor Mazon
Víctor Mazón Gardoqui
BiografiePerception and altered states are key concepts on his performances through the use of sound or light.
His work materializes in three main fields: actions or site-specific performances through experimental processes, exhibitions as consequences of previous actions and collaborative works through seminars to form a communal dialog.
He is a senior educator​ ​and​ ​professional​ ​working​ ​with open​ ​hardware​ ​and​ ​experimental​ ​circuit design.​ ​Mazón​ ​Gardoqui​ ​researches​ ​open hardware​ ​at​ Research Institute for Art and Technology - RIAT​ ​and​ ​coordinates workshops​ ​and​ ​educational​ ​formats​ ​in​ ​the domain​ ​of​ ​device-studies​ ​and​ ​experimental sensory​ ​applications.​ ​His​ ​practice explores​ ​amplification, electromagnetic phenomena​ ​and​ ​images​ ​of​ ​invisible​ ​fields by​ ​using​ ​locative​ ​audio​ ​and​ ​custom electronics.
Mazon Gardoqui has been a guest artist and lecturer at Slade School of Fine Art, Concordia University, Universität der Künste Berlin, Rijksakademie Amsterdam, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris, Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid, Master Studies Interface Cultures Linz, University College London - Arts and Sciences, HFK Bremen University of Arts, Master Studies C:Art Media Valand Univ Goteborg, Institute of Dramatic Arts and Cultural Studies Casablanca, University Mohamed V Rabat, Patricio Lynch Universidad de Valparaíso, Universidad de Humanidades y Arte Concepción, Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, MediaLAB Prado, LABoral Art and Industrial Creation Centre and Hangar.org, among others.
2008-2011 Tutor of the laboratory “Experimentelle Technologien im Kunstkontext”, in the A/V Lab. of the Hochschule für Gra k und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB-Leipzig) under the tutelage of Dr. Prof. David Link / Prof. Günter Selichar.
His work has been performed or exhibited in museums, biennials, galleries, bill- boards, urban screens and TV/radio stations in Africa, Russia, Nepal, North America, Canada, Mexico, Bolivia, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, Antarctica and numerous locations across Europe.
  1. Victor Mazón website