Roy F. Guzmán
Composer of electro-acoustic and instrumental music, improviser, guitarist, multi-media artist, poet, plastic sound sculptor and activist. Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico on 28 June 1987. He attended the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico. He further his studies in Berklee College of Music and later on went to study in The Netherland computer-music and composition with Richard Barrett and Paul Berg. He was framed and expelled because of his political activism to liberate Oscar Lopez Rivera a political prisoner from Puerto Rico helded in United States prisons for 34 years until 2016, for criticizing The Hague International Criminal Court and King Willem Alexander and his network for their inaction and racism against international students and civilians and "the one and oinly one blow move" their white collar moves to delegitimize his activism and frame it silently as fraud creating issues colateraly to deviate the atention from the activism in order for it to not have efectivity and exclude him from the academic enviorment. His independent research thesis : "A Thesis on ____" is about Chaos Theory and Structuralism in order to understand beauty and how this synthesis can be used to create musical works. His musical and artistic work are in the fields of electro-acoustic music, algorithmic music as well as instrumental composition, Axiomatic Music, Transduction and Abstract Folklore. He has released a series of chaotic generative electronic music albums: The Latin Kings, [h] and _____ were he explores the aesthetics that is derived from Chaos. He is the creator "El Cubo de Chuito", a spatialisation system made to create plasticity in sound as well as spatial gestures. He is the creator of Integral Poetry and Concrete Multi Semiotic Poetry.