(La Plata – Argentina, 1975)
Felipe Julián is a composer, arranger, musical and cultural producer. Develops multidisciplinary works in the areas of fine arts and music. Master in Audiovisual Communication from the University Anhembi Morumbi, performed in several Brazilian cities, Germany, France, England and the Czech Republic with his musical projects. He has four CDs released three of them distributed internationally.
Since 2005 is also dedicated to educational activities involving music and new technological media. Won the Ney Mesquita award of the Cooperativa de Musica, and the Rumos award of Itaú Cultural with the Axial Project. Developed soundtrack for various dance performances, theater, video, audio installations and edited several documentaries such as the collection Tourist Apprentice by brazilian group A Barca. He is currently Professor of Music Production graduate, and Film and Video postgraduate at the University Anhembi Morumbi.
Sound installations by Felipe Julián explores the subversive potential that the sound acquires in relation to space. Born in one of the largest and most privatized world cities, Felipe summons formula Shaeffer “sound = power” who question the strategies of power in public spaces, by creating sophisticated immersive environments using low-fi or hi-fi technology to produce oneiric exiles in real space.
His work is inspired by the concrete and electroacoustic music and sound installations by artists such as Robin Minard. Julian also explores the relation sound x image through didactic experiments transformed into interactive installations, usually developed for children. Experiments that produce real-time sound by means of analog drawings created by children or reactive digital images that can be modified by audio interaction with sensible objects. Julian also works in collaboration with other artists and performers on many projects by producing soundtracks or designing sound installations for theater, dance and performance.