Luis Sanz (*1984, Ilo, PE) lives and works in Bern, CH. He is a multidisciplinary artist who explores synthetic sounds, computer graphics and physical audiovisual experiences. As an artist, Sanz develops installations focused on the relationships between bodies and spaces, creating acoustic-imaginary dimensions that combine video, sound objects, light, and field recordings. As a musician, Sanz uses the programming language Supercollider to develop rhythmic techniques and algorithmic processes for modulation and pattern generation on digital and analog devices. He works internationally as a soloist and with Noijzu, an electroacoustic noise duo with whom he has performed throughout Asia and Europe. Sanz holds a Bachelor's degree in Art and a Master's degree in Contemporary Arts Practice from the University of the Arts in Bern, Switzerland.