Marc Vilanova

Marc Vilanova (Spain, 1991), is a visual and sound artist whose work is located at the intersections between art, science, nature and technology.

He produces large-scale interdisciplinary works, including sound and light sculptures, audiovisual installations, scenographies and performances. He collaborates with scientists and specialists to create installations where knowledge and expertise intersect with sensory experience, allowing audiences to experience the inaudible, understand the delicate ecological balance and recognize the impact of human actions on biodiversity.

He has participated in numerous exhibitions and presentations in cultural institutions, museums, festivals and international biennials. Among the most recent are BIENALSUR (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Saudi Museum of Contemporary Art (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia), Science Gallery (Melbourne, Australia), l’Auditori de Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain), FILE (São Paulo, Brazil), Ars Electronica (Linz, Austria), Tokyo Wonder Site (Tokyo, Japan).

He has received numerous grants, awards and residencies, including the Headlands Center for the Arts Fellowship, San Francisco 2022; Blaue Nacht Audience Award, Museum of European Cultural History Nuremberg 2023; Bemis Center for Contemporary Art Fellowship, Omaha 2019; KARA Award, Tehran 2018; Fomento Award Tokyo Experimental Festival 2016 or First Prize at the International Sound Art Performance Competition, Zaragoza 2014.


Artist included in the exhibition Millennials, the media art of Generation Y.