Alba Triana is a Colombian composer and artist based in Miami, Florida. Her work embraces technological developments and freely appropriates elements from different artistic, scientific and philosophical disciplines in order to expand the meaning of composition, performance, and aesthetic musical experience. The results are hybrid musical productions, which take form in nonconventional and varied formats, ranging from concert music, interactive installations, sound and light sculptures to vibrational objects. Triana has received numerous awards and accolades including the Civitella Foundation Fellowship (worldwide). Her work belongs to private collections in Europe and the US, as well as to the High Quality Cultural Portfolio of Colombia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her work has been shown in music festivals like Futura, Synthèse, La Colombie à Paris, France; Zilele Muzicii Noi, Moldova; and Subtropics, Miami. It has also been presented in concert halls, galleries, museums and nonconventional venues such as York University, U.K.; Les Voutes, France; Oolite Arts, Miami; and Orange County Museum of Art, California, among others. Triana earned a Bachelor’s degree at Javeriana University (Colombia) and a Master’s degree in Composition New Media and Integrated Media at California Institute of the Arts. She pursued her PhD studies at University of California, San Diego.