Luis Rodil Fernandez is an artist, teacher and coder with a mixed background in computer science, fine arts and composition.
His autonomous work is concerned with the impact that technologies have on cognition, civil society and the human body, with particular emphasis in movement and embodied interfaces. Through performances, installations and social games, his work proposes a critical gaze on human-computer interactions rooted in movement. Over the years he has been involved in various collectives that make open-source software for civic involvement, open access to information and freedom of expression.
In addition, he is a Lecturer in Interaction Design at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Master Digital Design, and he is also involved as a researcher in the TransitionScapes project.
He has taught at various institutions including Het Nieuwe Instituut, Waag Society, Bartlett School of Architecture, Architectural Association School of Architecture, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Erasmus University, Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Hamburg Media School, Minerva Art Academy and HKU University of the Arts Utrecht.