Laia Caballero (KANNO) (Olesa de Montserrat, Barcelona, 1999)
He is a third year Fine Arts student at the University of Barcelona. He specializes in audiovisual arts, (including both video editing and directing and music production), fashion, graphic design, and performance.
Until now, his artistic career has been marked by three different stages: on the one hand, duality, dichotomy; and on the other, the study of gender, the occult, the bizarre and the abject.
He was introduced to art through his interest in psychoanalysis and psychedelia. Later he focused on post-humanism, by internet culture (such as vaporwave, cypherpunk, etc.), deepweb, and gender study. Among his performances stands out IDentidad, a project carried out with Eric Meneses from the Rastros de Carmín podcast broadcast by El Prat radio, where Pilar Talevera in collaboration with Víctor Ramírez Tur discuss Noise, Punk and Abstraction.
With a futuristic and industrial aesthetic, KANNO currently focuses on the creation and experimentation of sound through music production; marked by a deep fascination for the future, which appears extremely technological and dystopian. This led him to make his first appearance as a DJ for Alex Palacín's TEKNOTINTINEO installation at the Llum festival in Barcelona 2020. Later, he participated in the creative and stylistic direction for the video clip "Sé Ke No Es Pa Mí" by LHARA. Thus reaching a KAPSULA (DIKOTOMY) of clothing designed and created by her in collaboration with the artist.