Atilio Doreste (Canary Islands 1964), walker (plastic/sound artist). Fine Arts Professor of the University of La Laguna. Generally his artistic and research activity focuses on landscape and territory. Director in Workshop Group of Creative Actions (Art, Nature, and Landscape), Canary Sound Map project, Canary Editorial Laboratory, Auriculab Sound Art Laboratory, 15 Sillas Auditorium, and Cultural Classroom of Photography and Phonography .
He founded the interuniversity research group Taller de Acciones Creativas, from which he organized various landscape scholarships and photography national. He joined the Institute for Social Research and Tourism, as well as the Canarian Research Agency. National and international plastic arts exhibitions. Member of the Six Ensemble group.
His sound works have been broadcast in important international specialized programs, and he has published in spaces and netlabels such as La Escucha Atenta, Audiotalaia, Sonic Terrain, Sonospace, Green Field Recordings, Goldsmiths University, Limerick University, Mute Sound Records, Very Quiet Records, Sonic Terrain, Thrmnphone, Sonic Field, RIR, ZeppelinExpandit, Sonospace, MuteSound Records, Plus Timbre, Budish on Fire, Cosmic Keg, Post Global Records, Willesden Green Library Center in London, Sonic Waterloo Festival London, Artisti in Piazza Festival, Santa Monica Center Barcelona, CEPA, EMS Elektronmusik, Fylkingen Stockholm, Radical Festival DB Etopia Zaragoza, Festival 11 Sons Creativos Lugo, Observatorio Festival León, NUMA Circuit Festival , Festival of Contemporary Academic Art Spread Spectrum en Moscú, Festival of Contemporary Academic Art Spread Spectrum en Moscú.
Artistic residences and festivals such as Scarpia Córdoba, Speed of Sound in Palermo, Eufònic Lo Pati in Delta Del Ebro, Paesaggi Migranti, Pennabilli, Sonic Waterloo in London, VICC in Visby, SEAMS in Stockholm, SOLAR by TEA Space for the Arts of Tenerife , Sound Diaries in Oxford, and AMEE Observatorio in Balboa, Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno GC.
Universidad de La Laguna
Facultad de Humanidades
Sección de Bellas Artes
38200 La Laguna
Tfno: 922316502 ext: 9745