1988, lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil
Gabriel Francisco Lemos is a composer, artist and researcher. He has performed and premiered at festivals, events and exhibitions in Brazil, London, Chile, Monaco and Portugal. Lemos works at the intersection between performing arts and multimedia composition in different contexts. His work concerns the relationship between the sound and technological mediation in dialogue with information theory, complex systems and micropolitical practices.
Between 2009 and 2012, he was part of the Coletivo Repartição Pública, participating in group exhibitions and a solo exhibition resulting from the acquisition of the Contemporary Art Salon at the Pinacoteca de Piracicaba. Since 2012 she actively participates in the circuit of experimental music, free improvisation and Brazilian sound art. Between 2013 and 2016, she collaborated with the Percussion Group of the University of São Paulo (PIAP), composing percussion pieces for various formations and organizing public concerts.
Since 2016, Gabriel has also collaborated with artist André Damião and Rita Wu in the realization of the Bloco Ruído project, an independent carnival block that annually parades at the São Paulo carnival every Ash Wednesday. From 2019 onwards, he joins the GAIA team – Art and Artificial Intelligence Group in partnership with the Center for Artificial Intelligence (C4AI / INOVA-USP), where he coordinates the reading group and participates in various collective projects. Currently, Lemos is a doctoral candidate at the University of São Paulo (ECA-USP), where he researches the implementation of neural networks in sound synthesis applied to creative processes in multimedia composition.