Transforming public spaces into off-the-wall digital art museums.
Federico González lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a graphic designer and works in visual communication and as a visual producer and VJ. He was an assistant and teacher at the first multimedia art school Da Vinci. He currently produces his visual content with software such as Cinema 4D, After Effects and Touchdesigner. His inspiration is based on geometry, nature and the importance of form in motion. "I think that the new digital art gives us the possibility to perceive with absolutely all our senses, it generates new emotions, it brings us closer to a new way of feeling images. It gives us the opportunity to create an art between humans and machines".
He has participated in various international festivals as VJ. He has collaborated with artists from Colombia, Chile and Iran. He is the producer of the Conurbeat Festival of Electronic and Digital Art in Buenos Aires, Argentina.