Eliana Rosales

Cellist and audiovisual producer. She presented her work “Memory of a Space” in the cycle Imaginary Concerts of the Recoleta Cultural Center. She formed an electroacoustic music duo with Ernesto Romeo, with whom she participated at the Festival Búsquedas Sonoras (National University of General Sarmiento) and Esculturas Sonoras by León Ferrari (Tecnópolis), among others. She was part of the Rosales-Lennie- Romeo Electroacoustic Music Trio with which she performed at Medialab Prado (Madrid, Spain);  CMMR Festival at Wilton's Music Hall (London, United Kingdom); Cycle Escuchar,  in the Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires- French Alliance;  Festival Enlaces (National University of Tres de Febrero). She directed the music videos for the Tecnópolis Sonora / Casa de Sonidos at the Tecnópolis 2011 exhibition. She composed the soundtrack and was part of the executive production of the television series of biographies Microbio, broadcast on Canal Encuentro (Díscolo productions). She joined the Kurtha Ensemble of the National University of Tres de Febrero, by Sebastián Bauer.

She was a research scholar at MUNTREF Art and Science Center in the project "Aromatorio". She presented her collective project Biotis at the Cultural Center of Science within the framework of PHASE 9, Encounter of Art, Science and Technology. She composed the music of the play Biolenta, directed by Mariano Stolkiner. She performs production and post-production tasks on the HORMIGUERO platform. She is part of the production team of the Biennial of Moving Image, organized by Continente. She is a professor and she studies the Degree in Electronics Art at the National University of Tres de Febrero (UNTREF).