Body Rhythm Data
concept, direction and robotics by por Efraín Rozas
created and performed with Muki Sabogal


Efraín Rozas is a Brooklyn based Peruvian performer/composer and robotics/software developer interested in new paradigms of cognitive technologies and mythologies.

In 2018 he released “I Enjoy the World”described as “A psychonautic deep dive” by Wire Magazine, “Engrossing and creatively brilliant on every count” by The Hum, “A lysergic, high level sonic engineering piece” by Zona de Obras (Spain), and “A superb example of electronic experimentation” by Indie Guides.

His work has been featured at CNN, BBC, Washington post, Wire magazine, Daily News, and NPR Soundcheck.

Muki Sabogal is a multidisciplinary actress and performer who works with video and vocal experimentation. Sabogal has been active since 2002 with several of her performances happening in public spaces, sometimes during marches and protests and at other times as interventions at transit locations.

Some of Muki’s works were created for closed spaces as ritual concerts, a sonar experiment where she uses voice and body and in collaboration, at times, with instrumentalists. Sabogal’s work deals with the relationship between society, body, and language.