Esteban de la Torre is a cross-disciplinary media and sound artist. He is a co-founder of and researcher at the Soft Interfaces Lab at MOME Innovation Center, where he focuses on the creative potential of metamaterials and the use of technology to augment human-computer interactions. Deriving from his background in visual arts, animation and sound design, his work spans large scale art installations, multichannel spatial sound spaces and audio-visual performances, to soft circuitry for embedded electronics on wearables.
He is engaged in various education initiatives, holding workshops and lectures on new media art and sound technology, such as Tangible Music Lab at the Kunstuniversität Linz (TAM), the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK), the Angewandte University of Applied Art Vienna and Queen Mary University of London.
His work has been recognised by the Japan Media Arts Festival (JP).
He is a co-founder of the renowned EJTECH Studio. His work has been presented at numerous art galleries, museums and festivals such as the European Media Arts Festival (DE), the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum (US), the Design Museum Holon (IL) and the Ludwig Museum (HU). He has also had commissions for feature films and commercial brands including Blade Runner 2049, and DIOR.