[ radiador ] Collective is an artistic research and improvisation group interested in creating projects through electronic and digital media, using sound as the main character and as a cohesion point with other disciplines that promote experimentation. Their main lines of research include exploring several resources around the internet potential for establishing creation communities, and the developing and distributing open code tools for long-distance participation among multimedia artists who are looking for and promoting alternative applications, experiments and new creative practices in this field.

This exploration work has led to a big variety of artistic and academic practices that have been developed in collaboration with the Laboratorio Arte Alameda, the National Arts Center, Multimedia Centre, The National School of Music, The Center for Research in Mathematics in Guanajuato, The Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla), The Ensenada State Arts Center, The Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts in Morelia, Michoacan, and the Tlatelolco Artistic Liaison Unit of UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico).


Since 2008, Radiador Collective has participated in different forums and national & international festivals, like: the Tianguis de C.A.C.A.O. (Autonomous Cooperative of Artwork Commerce, for its Spanish acronym), at the University Museum of Chopo in 2013; the ‘Live Performance Meeting’, at the CNA, 2013 edition; the ‘Live Cinema Cycle’ of the San Carlos Academy, UNAM, 2013; the ‘Vivo International Symposium’ of Live Coding at the National Sound Archive of Mexico in 2012; the 3rd Book Fair in Azcapotzalco in 2012; the 1st and 2nd Sound Art Festival in Actopan, Hidalgo in 2011 and 2012; the Festival of Electronics Arts and Video Transitio_MX, 2011 edition; the XXXVIII edition of the Festival Internacional Cervantino in 2010; the Callejón del Ruido (Alley of Noise) Festival of Guanajuato, 2009 and 2010 editions; the XIII International Festival of Electroacoustic Music ‘Spring in Havana’ in Cuba, in 2010; and the Habitación del Ruido (Noise Room) Festival in the University of de Cloister of Sor Juana in 2010, among many others.

Alongside, all of its members collaborate in independent projects of sound arts, music and/or video for dance and theater, sound and interactive installations.


[ radiador ]

Jaime Lobato, Alberto Cerro, Mauro Herrera y Fernando Lomelí.