Constanza Piña is a visual artist, dancer, and researcher focused on electronic media, open-source technology, and Do It With Others (DIWO) practices. Using different formats, she includes dance, sound performance, and participative dynamics in her visual work. Her visual work reflects upon the role of machines in our culture and on the human-technological interactions, while questioning education, autonomy, and the social value of technical-manual labor.
Her projects show her interest in recycling, hardware, hacking, soft-circuits, and crafts. Using DIY synthesizers, she is the author of the sound project Corazón de Robota; she also launched the Academia de Artes y Oficios Electrónicos, an open pedagogy workshop that promotes electronics creativity and learning in different Latin American countries. In 2016, this project was completed with support from Casa Gallina.