Tadeo Sendon is an artist and independent arts producer involved in a wide range of cross disciplinary collaboration, interactive and group-working projects. Using different mediums and formats to realise conceptual ideas connected through common narratives, his work examines new technologies, sound and explores into the future and the non-empirical realities.
He is Programme Producer of Music Hackspace, a London based community for innovators and hobbyists passionate about music technology and sound art. Currently based at LimeWharf, here he organises regular Artist Talks, DIY workshops and other events for artists, innovators and entrepreneurs to share knowledge, technologies, processes and aesthetics relating to music and audio. Through his work at Music Hackspace, he has collaborated with organisations like V&A, Barbican Centre, Limewharf, Queen Mary University, NIME 2014 Conference at Goldsmiths University and TedXTeen among other.
Tadeo is a founding member of the artists' collective thickear and a member of the Data and Ethics Working Group, a collaborative research team using art to explore public interaction with data access, exchange and the ethical implications of data ownership.