Ricardo Pons is a musician and an artist. The holder of degrees in Music and Engineering, he specialized in computing. He also holds a master’s degree in Soldering Engineering. His work addresses the history of Argentina, social issues, the man-technology relationship, and the tension between the notions of project and utopia. An independent filmmaker throughout the 1980s, he has worked with video art since 1992, creating installations and interactive works. By commissioning from the University of Essex, he made the documentary Architecture of Madness, about the artist Léon Ferrari, with whom he also co-authored the pieces Casablanca and Lombrices. He lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.