She has received composition awards such as: Video Evento d’Arte, Locarno, Italie (2002, by “Destellos”), Phonurgia, Radio France Culture (2001, by “La Radio, ça détend”), Prix Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria (1992, by “Fy-Mor”), Stipendienpreis of Darmstadt, Germany (1990), International electroacoustic competition of Bourges, France (1989, by “Ichihualasto” and 2002 by her video “Destellos”), Tribuna de Música electroacústica de Argentina (1996, by “Fy Mor”) and Tribuna Nacional de compositores of Argentina (1987, by “Abismos” for voice and live electronics, 1999 by “Feuillage de Silence” for flute, oboe and electronics). Major international festivals which have included performances of her works are the ICMC, (International Computer Music Conference), Festival Synthese of Bourges (France), Ferienkurse für neue musik, Darmstadt (Germany), Elektronischer Frühling, Viena (Austria), New Music Festival (Denmark), L’Espace du son, Bruselles (Belgique), ISEA (International Symposium of Electronic Art), as well as concerts and broadcasts in United States, Europe, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Japon and latinamerican countries. She composed music for multi media projects and for the cinema. In 1995 she had a scholarship of the Institut de l’audiovisuel of the University Pompeu Fabra of Barcelone, for her first video production: “La ilusión sensible,” created at ENSEMS Festival in Valencia, Spain.
In 2001 she realized the video “Destellos,” created during the Kulturprogramm im Rahmen der Fransösischen Woche, in Stuttgart, Germany. “Destellos” is part of the project in progress titled “Luna de Barro,” based on the effects of light and reflects on different materials. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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