Guely Morató Loredo

Curator, Cultural manager, Researcher

Curator, cultural manager and researcher. She has a degree in Social Communication Sciences, specializing in Cultural Studies.
She has self-taught skills in the areas of electronics and programming. Since 2014, she directs SONANDES, an art experimentation and research platform that promotes its international sound art biennial, with this same name.
She is the curator of PUERTOS: Creation Residency Program developed in six Bolivian cities. It is part of the international INFRA project, which investigates the relationship that deaf people establish with sound and vibration. She directs the Gender, Science and Technology Observatory, focused on the development of research and projects related to the gender gap in the field of technology and science. She is currently responsible for the project Sound Expressions of the Center for the Cultural Revolution (CRC) in La Paz, Bolivia.
Her work explores alternative methodologies for artistic research as well as the relationship between science, technology and politics, with a strong emphasis on the study of perception.
A few key concepts within her work are: Processes of collective creation, limits of perception, sound art, public space, gender and technology.