Carincur is a transdisciplinary artist who engages in exploratory artistic activities, manifesting in hybrid formats encompassing performance, electronic and experimental music, audiovisual installations, among others. In recent years, Carincur has been investigating and developing their practice through the interplay of space, body, voice, and machine as primary artistic materials. They explore acoustic phenomena, auditory and visual perception, the voice as a synthesis apparatus, and the creation of post-human voices, which are used to understand the transitions between organic and electronic bodies, where any new additions of “external” technology are viewed as extensions of the body. Their sonic work has been released by labels such as Weathervane Recs, Extended Records, and ZABRA. Carincur has already released three albums: “Sorry if I make love with sound,” “Echos from a liquid memory,” and their latest project, “BODY AS A FROZEN METAPHOR.” They serve as the director of ZABRA, a research center at the intersection of art, technology, and science, and hold the position of vice president at ZIGUR, the organizing entity behind the annual Zigurfest festival.