Hugo Esquinca is a Berlin-based sound researcher from Mexico. He investigates the diverse spatio-temporal relations deriving from transductive interactions between technology and the sonorous, expanding within and beyond audibility.
His work has been presented in diverse contexts and venues such as Mira Contemporary Art Museum Siberia, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Loop Festival Berlin, NII Science and Arts Moscow, CMMAS Center For Music and the Sonic Arts Mexico, Forum Stadtpark Graz among others. He is a founding member of the Berlin-based Oqko collective.
The focus of his intervention/performance at Berghain is to evaluate the notion of modulation between multiple relations in which the commercialized regime of standard temporalities associated with audibility and perception undergo formalized disorder, one that derives from a transduction between time, physicality and a space which is not occupied but rather (de)constructed.