Claudix Vanesix | HyphenHub Community

Claudix lives in the intersection of digital and physical.

As a performance artist, Claudix becomes a real time interface of Virtual and Augmented Realities. Their work also challenges gender roles and neo-colonial power dynamics in technology and internet culture. Their recent work is a provocation about the human embodiment of Artificial Intelligence, as a form of transhumanism. The incorporation of AR and VR in their performance mixes new technology with ancestral traditions.

Claudix’s work has been presented in galleries and festivals in Latin America, USA, Europe and Asia. In 2023, Non Fuckable Tokens was presented in Ars electronica (Linz), SXSW (Austin), Tabakalera (San Sebastian), DOCK11 (Berlin), Kindergarten (Bologna) and more. Their First VR Film Dance Permit was premiered in IDFA (Amsterdam) and presented in New Images (Paris), La Mama (NY), SANFIC XR (Santiago) and others. After it’s censorship in Peru, the film Amy Camus AR was presented in Miami Art Week at the Perez Art Museum.

Co-founder of AMiXR, they are developing new visions of futurisms in South America.  Claudix holds a BA in Performing Arts and is the scholarship holder of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree (EMJMD, 2022) in Media Arts Cultures (MediaAC) that takes place in Austria, Denmark, Poland and Singapore.

They are an alumni of the first FOUNDING LAB organized by Ars Electronica x IT:U. And a member of HackLab 2024 organized by CTM x Transmediale.

How does the development of new technologies shape our self-perception? Non Fuckable Tokens (NFTs) is a performance by Claudix Vanesix, XR artist from Peru, that combines Performance Art with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality to critically display the impact of technology in our era. The work explores the development of internet culture from a decolonial feminist perspective, making explicit the misogyny that underlies in digital spaces. This performance also reflects on how futuristic narratives can be in dialogue with ancestral identities.