Jorge (they-he-she) is a Colombian designer-artist based in Brussels  whose work lies in the intersection of interface technologies, the politics of the body & science.
Their work has been presented in New Media Art, ArtScience and Performing Arts festivals such as Ars Electronica (Austria), NODE Forum for Digital Arts (Germany), Documenta (Germany), Impulstanz (Austria), Tanzkongress  (Germany), Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro de Bogotá (Colombia) and the KUNSTENFESTIVALDESARTS (Belgium).   
They are dancers & choreographers by academic formation & practice; Master’s degree in Contemporary Dance from the Academia Superior de Artes de Bogotá. Bachelor degree in Multimedia & Communication Technology from the University of Applied Sciences Brussels, with a focus on live visuals, generative motion design and digital interfaces. Currently they hold an associate researcher position at Motion Bank - University of Applied sciences Mainz. (Project originally founded by choreographer William Forsythe)
Within Art & Science they are part of Suratómica, inter-disciplinary cross-disciplinary meeting spaces for the creation of new knowledge. With a focus on Latin America, the Suratomica Network promotes new dialogues between different ways of knowing, opening spaces for creation and experimentation to strengthen reflection on the arts, sciences, society and alternative forms of organization. Jorge is also an active member of SEADS (Space Ecologies Art and Design). A transdisciplinary and cross-cultural collective of artists, scientists, engineers and activists engaged in deconstructing dominant paradigms about the future who develop alternative models through a combination of critical inquiry and hands-on experimentation.
Guevara's work propose playgrounds where the body in time-space becomes a source of non-binary knowledge. They propose abstraction as a strategy to decolonize knowledge. A blurry gaze at the constant state of becoming. 
They create choreographies that linger at the threshold of exciting and forgetting where the body is a source of healing.



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