is a multicultural, multidisciplinary and multitasking collective based in Barcelona since 2008. Its activities move around experimental live streaming, art, critical research and workshops.

Laura Malinverni
holds a degree in Fine Arts and is specialized in graphic design and video. She is graduated in Artheraphy and now is student of the Master Interdisciplinary in Cognitive Systems and Interactive Media (Universitat Pompeu Fabra). Malinverni is founding member of the collective, laboratory of experimentation with video on real time and she collaborates with the Project of Tv on line As Minipimer she has exhibited in “SummerLAB-ShowCase” (Laboral-Gijon) “¿Are you ready for television? (Macba, Barcelona) and “Postcapital mixing) (Noche en Blanco, Madrid). As a solo artist she has exhibited in the Festival Perpetracions (Barcelona) and in different group exhibitions in (Accademia di Belle Arti, Circulo Artéria y Rumba) and Novara (Sala Barriera Albertina).
Her artistic career is around the audiovisual production, installation and design.

Lucía Egaña Rojas
has worked as an independent artist and freelance activist. Most of her work is based on collaborative productions that question the construction of social imaginary in popular culture. She has developed many of her projects working with diverse collectives mainly of independent media as well as with marginal collectives such as prisoners, graffity artists, marginal groups of women and immigrants.
Since 2004 she is funding member of desBASURAment, an ongoing group project that work in diverse locations with waste, and since 2009,, a video streaming collective based in Barcelona. Her work and videos has been presented in differents festival, galleries, museum and urban space in Chile, Uruguay, México, Spain, Italy, France, Finland, Norway and Germany.

Tamar Regev
is a multidisciplinary researcher in sciences, arts and technologies. Born in 1985, Israel. She graduated a B.Sc. degree, double major in Physics and Biology at the University of Tel-Aviv, where she had worked in the laboratory of complex systems, Bioinformatics and as a physics teacher. Apart from her scientific career, she studied photography and took part in various political protest activities. Currently living in Barcelona, studying an Interdisciplinary Master in Cognitive Systems and Interactive Media (UPF), her thesis project in the Music Technology Group (MTG) focuses on Real-Time sonification of human movement. Actually she is a member of the group, works with audiovisual and electronic arts, using and developing open software tools.

Verónica Lahitte
studied Visual Arts in the Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte in Argentina. She works collectively and individually, participating in various exhbitions in Buenos Aires, Barcelona and Berlin. Her projects focus on the relationship between nature and culture, leisure time and work, exploring their apparent oppositions and investigating how leisure time is lived. She pays special attention to the continous need to classify, rationalize, manage and organize. Since 2000 she has been working with the Desde el Asilo collective and participated in urban interventions with BUMM in Barcelona in 2006 and 2007. Currently, she is a member of the
collective, anexperimentation laboratory with video in real time.

Amro Contributions

Year Title Format
2011 the possible and impossible machine AMRO Showcase
2011 the possible and impossible machine /workshop Workshop
2011 the possible and impossible machine AMRO Showcase
2011 - openlab Presentation
2011 the possible and impossible machine AMRO Showcase
2011 INPUT DECODERS Performance