Soledad Fátima Muñoz is aninterdisciplinary artist, cultural worker, and researcher born in Canada andraised in Chile. Muñoz studied piano at an early age performing in bands andvoice ensembles. This interest in music developed into a more experimentalapproach to sound, focusing on the deconstruction, modular synthesis,instrument building, and the physical/material aspects of sculpting in spacewith sound. Muñoz uses live computer sampling, single oscillator synthesizers,her voice, and handcrafted instruments for her live performances andinstallations. Muñoz studied Film at Universidad ARCIS in Santiago, Chile, shehas a Diploma in Textile Arts from Capilano University in North VancouverCanada, a BFA from Emily Carr University of Arts + Design, and an MFA from theDepartment of Fiber and Material Studies of the School of the Art Institute ofChicago. Muñoz is the recipient of the City of Vancouver Mayor’s Arts Award forEmerging Artist, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago New Artist SocietyFull Merit Scholarship, the Emily Carr University of Art + Design President’sMedia Award, and the Textile Society of America Student and New ProfessionalsAward.