Fidel Eljuri is a visual artist and musician working and living between Quito and Berlin.

He investigates new dialogues between spirituality and technology focusing on the relationship between human and nature.
His work aims to create new cognitive tools achieved in the form of  time-based digital sculptures, site-specific installations and live audiovisual performances.
Alongside his audio-visual activity, he has been working on electronic music compositions and Dj sets influenced by ritual music and techno.

Eljuri’s work, music and collaborations with artists such as Nicola Cruz  has been shown at international festivals, galleries, art spaces and radios including:  Sónar (ES), Mutek Montreal (CA), Mutek Japan, Mutek Argentina,  Spektrum (DE), Fusion Festival (DE),  Rolskilde Festival (DK), Fuji Rock Festival (JP), Knockdown center (US), Elsewhere (US),  Centro de arte contemporáneo de Quito (EC), +Arte galería (EC), Le Mellotron (FR), Operator Radio(NL), The Lot Radio(US), Radion (NL), Festival Nómade (CL), Fiesta de la Luz (EC), Cuenca biennale (EC), among others.