Miguel Isaza works on sonic arts/philosophy, approaching aurality, invisibility and immateriality as the axis of an experience weaved by listening and through CDs, concerts, installations and writings.

Co-founder of ÉTER audiovisual laboratory and Monofónicos electronic music collective, has also created sonic networks such as Designing Sound and Sonic Field and writes on sound technology/design at Hispasonic magazine since 2008.

Has curated sound art and experimental music events, done concerts without light, collaborated in transmedia projects, coordinated field recording/listening workshops and published compositions under several pseudonyms, in local labels such as Éter and Monofónicos and also international such as Eilean Records, White Paddy Mountain, Dragon’s Eye Recordings, Nova Fund Rec and Impulsive Habitat.