From AR, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires
Kevin Kripper (b. 1991 in Buenos Aires) is a visual artist and an independent software developer. In his work, programming, glitch aesthetics and digital video-synthesis intersect. He studied Electroacoustic Arts (ORT) and Electronic Arts (UNTREF). He was selected to exhibit his work in festivals such as +CODE, Wrong Biennale and MUTEK. He exhibited in Mamba, Palais de Glace, San Martin CC, Recoleta CC, Muntref Visual Arts, Espacio Pla among others. In 2016 he was finalist in the Untref Award of Electronic Arts and won the first place in the Itaú Visual Arts Award with his piece Deconstruecento. During 2017 he participated in the Toolmaker residency at Signal Culture (Owego, NY) and in 2018 he was awarded in the ArCiTec Prize for the development of Vsynth. In addition, since 2012 he is dedicated to creating software to extend the creative possibilities of visual artists and musicians from around the world.