Elias Crespin, born in Venezuela, lives and works in Paris since 2008. He was originally trained as a computer engineer in Caracas. He started working on his first piece, Malla Electrocinética I, in 2002 and finished it in 2004. Crespin uses custom-software-controlled motors to animate the modular geometric structures he creates. His installations consist of arrangements of metal or Plexiglas lines and geometric shapes, which are suspended in midair by nearly invisible nylon threads. Through computer programming, they constantly shift and mutate, producing highly nuanced choreographic effects that reinforce the importance of time and movement in the elaboration of a personal poetics.
Milanese-born Jacopo-Schilingi now lives in Paris where he composes music for soloists, ensembles, orchestras, installations and movies. He's the author of Trianguconcéntricos Fluo Rouge‘s original generative music. Through morphogenesis' algorithms, this music generates and reveals itself in real time. It follows three main criterias: being non repetitive, having its synch anchorage point with the sculptures' movement and being a counterpoint between sonic and musical universes.