Fidel Eljuri is a visual artist, electronic composer and music selector based in Quito, Ecuador.
He investigates new dialogues between spirituality and technology focusing on the relationship between humans and nature, he also explores worldviews, traditions and politics of specific places.
His work aims to create new cognitive tools achieved in the form of time-based digital sculptures, site-specific installations and live audiovisual performances.
Alongside his audio-visual activity, he has been working on electronic music compositions influenced by ritual music from South America.
Eljuri’s work, music and collaborations with artists such as Nicola Cruz has been shown at international festivals, galleries, art spaces and radios including: Cuenca biennale (EC), Sónar (ES), Mutek (AR), Spektrum (DE), Centro de arte contemporáneo de Quito (EC), +Arte galería (EC), Fusion Festival (DE), Le Mellotron (FR), Radion (NL), Festival Nómade (CL), Fiesta de la Luz (EC), among others.