Felipe Vaz is a Brazilian sound artist, researcher and new media producer living in Berlin. His works are mostly based on temporal processes and conceptual issues related to sound and music, and have been presented in galleries and shows such as Casa Encendida (Madrid), Acud Macht Neu and Transmediale Vorspiel (Berlin), Caixa Biennale for New Artists (multiple cities in Brazil), Fundação Iberê Camargo (Porto Alegre), Mixtur and Arts Santa Mònica (Barcelona), La Maudite (Paris), Re:Flux (New Brunswick), Verbo/Galeria Vermelho and File Festival (São Paulo), Trafo (Szczecin), Caixa Cultural (Rio de Janeiro), Fonoteca Nacional (Ciudad de México) and several radio shows. He holds a postgraduate degree in Sound Art from the University of Barcelona and recently finished the Sound Studies master degree at Universität der Künste Berlin. He is currently working on an album of algorithmic music that is set to be launched on the first half of 2021.
He also worked before as an UX designer: Overmundo, a community-driven culture website and repository whose collaboration system and interface were designed by him, has been awarded the Golden Nica in the Digital Communities category in Ars Electronica.