Rodrigo Chaverini is a contemporary dance artist. His research is based on movement and the stage and this disciplinary crossover as a fabric that connects with a time/space that offers perceptive and sensorial opportunities. He is coordinator of La Licuadora, a project in which he invites artists from different disciplines to take part in creative laboratories. His work has been presented in Spain, Austria, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Costa Rica. He presented the performance Void at the 2018 Santiago a Mil Festival and Fónico at the Danzalborde International Festival. He works on collaborations at the Nave Center for Creation and at Dual Studio in Austria.
Paulo Fernández is a multimedia visual artist. He works converting pictorial procedures into digital and video formats, doing research using the body and movement in experimental video exercises and video installations for theatrical pieces. He has developed diverse projects, including Mute (7 pieces of videodance) (2010) and Fauna (2011), an experimental video-dance piece funded by the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center of New York (EMPAC). With these and other pieces, he has taken part in different festivals in Chile and abroad, in the area of experimental video.
Emiliana Abril is an artist who works with music and dance. Producer of beats and music and a composer and singer, she founded the solo project Kinética in 2010, winning the 2018 Pulsar Prize for best electronic music artist for her third album, released in 2017. She has played live sets and DJed in Mexico, Spain and Chile. She studied theater and dance and her search for new styles combining movement and sound has led her to collaborate on different multidisciplinary projects.
La Licuadora is a project based on creation, whose interests lie in the crossover between contemporary dance and other disciplines and whose focus is on generating new experiences involving sensorial and perceptive opportunities. Its work is based on the invitation its creator and coordinator, Rodrigo Chaverini, extends to artists from different disciplines to take part in creative labs, from which multiple projects in different formats have emerged. These pieces have been performed at different venues and at local and international events in countries such as Spain, Austria, Brazil and Argentina.