Martin Fuks

I dedicated my career to expand and push the limits, between disciplines, between genres, between languages, inducing to the cross-pollination of experiences and techniques, people and concepts. I was part of the “mestizaje” movement that started in Barcelona in the 1990’s, a local reflection of a global movement towards the blending of traditional art forms (or music genres, in our case), with the new tendencies coming from a global emerging language, leaded in the music realm by the expansion of the so called “electronic music”. At that point people from all over the world came to the city, releasing a powerful stream of creativity that expanded beyond the boundaries of Europe, and granted me the opportunity to create for, or along with, highly renowned personalities, such as David Byrne or Oscar winner director Gabriele Salvatores. I’ve also ventured into more experimental territories, while creating music and sound for contemporary dance companies, composing and producing music for film, and also creating electronic art pieces.


Multi-awarded Musician, Producer, Electronic Artists and Educator. As a musician I toured for many years with crossover bands and artistic projects in Europe (where I began my artistic career), performing in important venues and festivals, such as Popkomm (Germany), Womad (Spain), Sfinks Festival (Belgium), MIDEM (France), Couleur Café (Brussels, Belgium), MTV Music Awards (Spain), GoaBoa Festival (Genova, Italy), among many others. I produced records for companies such as Warner Chappell, EMI, Sony Music, Edel Music and Luaka Bop.

As composer I worked with several theater and contemporary dance companies, and for that work I was awarded with several prizes, such as Prix Volinine (France), Scenic Arts Awards (Spain), Best Original Music at Short Film Festival Badalona (Spain), Public Award at Polenino Festival (Belgium), Citta Cineforum Awards (Italy), 16/35 mm Fano International Film Festival (Italy) and Napolidanza Festival (Italy), among others.

I developed my career as electronic artist as part of the collective Orquestra del Caos, a resident company at the Contemporary Culture Center of Barcelona (, and also as part of the programs developed by Fundacion Telefonica, a pivotal institution in the field of the electronic art in Latin America.

As an educator I taught in several institutions in Spain and Latin America, such as the Music Production degree at EMBA (Music School of Buenos Aires) or SGAE (Spanish Authors Association), among others. I’ve also taught seminars on performing arts and interactive interfaces in several Spain Cultural Centers, as part of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (