Carlos Metta

Carlos Metta is a Mexico City-based artist, musician, and sound designer. Using field recordings, DIY instruments, synthesizers and a collection of instruments from different cultures, Carlos defies expected genre boundaries, creating a blend of cinematic and experimental music. He has performed and shared the stage with artists John Zorn, Cyro Baptista, David Broza, Eviatar Banai, Patrick Watson, among others. Carlos has produced and exhibited a series of interdisciplinary installations and projects at museums and galleries including the TagCDMX (Mexico), BLACK NYC (USA), Mexico City Museum, Andrea Pozo Gallery (Mexico), Ilana Gur Museum (Israel), Mexico’s Children’s Museum, and Dolores Cemetery in Mexico City.

Radio28 is partnering with Pioneer Works for a cross-cultural exchange of residents in Visual Arts, Music, Tech, and Narrative Arts.

Radio28 is an artist-run multidisciplinary cultural exchange program, that opened its doors in 2019, founded as a lab for creativity, and a hub for collaboration and the exchange of ideas. Their mission is to build bridges between different cultural projects. Their vision is to create a community that facilitates interactions between artists from diverse disciplines, through spontaneous encounters developing into collaborations.

They provide their community of artists a space for experimental projects, and the opportunity to participate in exchange-residency programs around the world, and in unique courses and events.