Sound artist, composer, philosopher and researcher from Medellin, Colombia in search of the silence of sound and vice versa.
His practice blends ancient and contemporary sonority ideas and technologies of sonority to create experiences of reflection, meditation, attentive listening and immersion, crossing acoustic instruments, field recording, synthesizers, digital/analog processing and the human voice.
His research and writing investigates the process of silence, the forms of listening and the materiality/immateriality of sound, putting its scientific, spiritual, artistic, therapeutic and social dimensions into dialogue.
Director of Silencio Sonoro space for sound healing and meditation. Co-founder and member of ÉTER audiovisual laboratory and Auditum listening platform. Writes for Sonic Field and CLOT Magazine. Lives in momoto studio.
Contact: miguel (at) miguelisaza (dot) com