Born in Mexico City, Rodrigo Guzman-Serrano is a composer, interdisciplinary artist, and art historian. He is interested in the bridging of the artistic, the scientific, and the technological. In his work, he explores diverse phenomena that challenge our notions of scientific certainty and individual intuition, such as the mapping of galaxies or the function of insect singing. In his music, Rodrigo often finds inspiration in language and the environment, both natural and constructed. He seeks to work on projects that require collaboration across different disciplines so he often reaches out to scientists, engineers, technologists, philosophers, and the like. He is currently a Ph.D. student in Art History at Cornell University. He has initiated and developed artistic projects through exhibitions and residencies in Mexico, the United States, Europe, and Hong Kong.