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Mia Munoz

Sound Designer

"I believe that sound has the power to awaken people to the beauty and fragility of our oceans, and I hope my work can inspire others to take action to protect them."


Mia Munoz is a 27-year-old sound designer hailing from Chile. Growing up, she spent much of her childhood at sea, accompanying her marine biologist parents on expeditions to study marine life. It was during these trips that Mia developed a keen interest in the sounds of the ocean, and she began recording the last remaining sounds of dying marine ecosystems with her family.

After studying sound design in college, Mia used her extensive collection of underwater recordings to create soundscapes for various art exhibitions and installations. However, her greatest achievement to date is her work on the "Solastalgia 2048" exhibition, where she created a haunting and immersive soundscape that perfectly captured the exhibition's themes of loss and environmental degradation.

Mia´s passion for marine life stems from an early encounter with a whale at the age of 8, while diving at deep sea with her parents. The whale spoke to her, telling her to be the keeper of their language and to use sound to connect humans with the ocean. Since then, Mia has dedicated her life to using sound as a tool to raise awareness about the importance of protecting marine ecosystems, and she continues to inspire others to do the same through her work.

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