Blanca Rego Constela

(Ferrol, 1974). Fascinated by cinema since childhood, in 1993 she moved to Barcelona to study Film Direction. Soon she departs from classical narratives and she starts experimenting with non-traditional structures. After her films studies, she studies animation and multimedia, abandoning analogue media in favour of digital media.

Her work focuses on the relationship between image and sound, with a clear influence of classic experimental films and contemporary electronic visual music. Currently, she combines the creation of single-channel video pieces with live audio-visual performances, performing by herself or in collaboration with experimental musicians. It is also worth noting her work as a researcher, which includes regular collaborations as a writer and translator with several media and institutions.

Her works have been screened at many video-art and experimental film festivals in Europe and America, as well as in museums, art centres and art galleries, such as the Espacio Fundación Telefónica (Madrid), the CA2M (Móstoles), the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, the MARCO (Vigo), The Market Studios (Dublin), etc.