Audiovisual, new media, real-time interactive installations, experimental videos and ephemeral actions on the Internet
August - September 2012
International Resident Azahara Cerezo's work is mainly focused on social change, social movements, urban forms, physical and virtual public space and their connection with power.
Her works are usually programmed with open source software, mostly because she considers this as a sort of public space. Specifically, her works are developed with Processing, Pure Data and sometimes Arduino.
Azahara Cerezo graduated with a First Class BA Honours degree in Audiovisual Communication from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 2010. In 2011 she graduated from the Polytechnic University of Valencia with a Master of Visual Arts and Multimedia degree.
Azahara worked on two projects during her residency: 'Small Print' and 'That Vicinity'. Both address specific aspects of the history of Northern Ireland, employing the concepts of repetition and difference and are exhibited as interactive installations programmed with open source software.