Florencia S.M. Brück, an Argentine artist and programmer, explores the intricate connections between the digital, virtual, and natural worlds through her innovative projects and installations. Her work delves into themes of time, perception, mortality, and parallel universes, consistently pushing boundaries and challenging conventions.

In her immersive “Out-of-Body” installation, Florencia employs a visual algorithm to create a transformative experience that invites introspection and self-awareness. Her “Tension and Interlude” pliage works artfully fuse traditional artistic painting methods with modern technological concepts, showcasing her ability to bridge distinct realms of artistic expression.

The “Being Human” collection offers an exploration of the essence of humanity, blending surreal and dreamlike visuals with cutting-edge AI technology. These captivating portraits serve as ontological gateways, encouraging viewers to embark on a journey of exploration and rediscovery.

Florencia’s thought-provoking piece, “Far From Home,” presented at the Venice Biennale of Art, addresses global population migration through an interactive portal, providing a unique perspective on pressing global issues.

Her work was featured in Venice Art Biennale, Centro Cultural Borges Argentina, International Houston Fine Art Fair, Kunsthalle Faust Hannover, Berlin Art Spring, Art Dubai Boulevart ArtInSpace, Galerie IHAM Paris, Venice Architecture Biennale, Evita Museum Argentina, Espacio Cultural Donceles 66 Mexico, Art Basel Miami and more.

Florencia has been active in the Metaverse since 2004, when she produced the entire island for the Americas Cup Valencia for Alcatel Lucent. She is co-founder of a metaverse and web3 company working for brands including Discovery Channel, the World Bank, Mediaset, Xbox, Alcatel Lucent, among others.

Florencia both creates and collects NFTs, as a collector, she focuses on fine-art artists entering the digital world.

As an active member of prestigious art organizations and the co-founder of Decentral Art Pavilion, Florencia contributes to the development of the art community by participating as a speaker at various conferences like IKT & Plus Tate Talk, The Role of NFTs in Cultural Institutions, NFT.NYC London, Dubai Boulevart and more. Her commitment to artistic exploration and innovative expression makes her a true pioneer in the ever-evolving world of art and technology.



Florencia S.M. Brück is an Argentine artist and programmer born to a German mother and Italo-Argentinian father, raised between Buenos Aires, Milan, Los Angeles and Washington DC.

Florencia explores the intricate connections between the digital, virtual, and natural realms, drawing from her unique background as a programmer in the 1990s. At a time when few women were involved in the field, she emerged as a trailblazer. As the founder of “9th Insight,” a cutting-edge web design company, she spearheaded projects for major organizations such as the Discovery Channel, The World Bank, Microsoft Xbox, and the Smithsonian Institution, to name a few.

A true internet pioneer, Florencia co-created one of the world’s first streamed concerts, OSOC, on 9/9/99. She also contributed to groundbreaking projects such as the development of the first virtual environments for the America’s Cup in Valencia in 2005, and Mediaset’s media player, which introduced streaming TV in Italy. Throughout her career, Florencia has consistently been at the forefront of innovative technology, blurring the boundaries between art and the digital world.

A significant aspect of Florencia’s artistic exploration delves into the concepts of time, perception, mortality, and parallel universes. Her “Out-of-Body” installation, which debuted at the Kunsthalle Faust in Hanover, Germany in 2020, is a prime example of her innovative approach. This generative artwork employs a visual algorithm to split the human form into two spectra, reflecting the artist’s own experience of autoscopy during a near-drowning incident at the age of five.

The installation invites viewers to interact with the work, allowing the participant’s figure to become recognizable within the piece. This transformative experience transcends the physical realm, guiding the viewer on a deeply spiritual journey.

Florencia’s ongoing exploration of intricate patterns and networks, both digital and organic, is evident in her “Tension and Interlude” pliage works. In these pieces, she approaches the canvas as an entity in itself, employing a more traditional artistic method. The process involves folding the canvas and applying large swaths of black or colored ink, then unfolding it to reveal the emerging patterns.

These patterns unveil a captivating connection between art and technology, as they evoke a map reminiscent of reverse-engineered programming and intelligent fabrics capable of recalling their original form. This fusion of traditional artistic techniques with modern technological concepts showcases Florencia’s ability to bridge seemingly disparate worlds.

In 2019, Florencia showcased “Far From Home” (FFH) at the Venice Biennale of Art. This thought-provoking piece features a polycarbonate portal displaying graphs derived from data sets representing global population migration. The portal is designed to sense human proximity, adjusting the algorithm values accordingly to prompt viewers to contemplate their own displacement while also raising awareness about the plight of the 68.5 million individuals forcibly displaced from their homes. This staggering figure encompasses 40 million internally displaced persons (IDPs), 25.4 million refugees, and 3.1 million political asylum seekers, encouraging a deeper understanding of this pressing global issue.

Conceived during the lockdown period between 2020 and 2021, one of Florencia’s most recent creations is “Feedback Society,” an immersive installation showcased at the Venice Biennale of Architecture in the Giudecca Art District. This piece reflects on the world we inhabit, where human interactions have significantly diminished, and a vision for the future emerges from the introspection birthed by isolation.

Set in a timeless architectural space, “Feedback Society” engulfs visitors in an infinite realm, oscillating between the immediate future and the perception of living in the past. The installation combines analog-digital monochromatic projections to create a visual experience transcending the physical constraints of gravity, space, and time. This infinite, repetitive cycle is continually redefined by analog optical simulations, which are altered by the presence of the observer.

As visitors witness themselves from behind and upside-down, their self-awareness is gradually transformed through this reflective feedback loop. This engaging experience immerses participants in a constantly shifting “now,” challenging their perception of time and reality.

Florencia’s most recent collection, titled “Being Human,” centers on expressing aesthetics within a futuristic context while delving into the process of teaching AI the essence of being human. Employing generative adversarial network-style language, she draws inspiration from the painterly art of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The resulting artworks present surreal, dreamlike visuals imbued with a transhumanist, longevity-driven narrative.

As we strive to impart human qualities onto artificial intelligence, this interactive dynamic encourages a deeper understanding of ourselves. Through this introspective journey, we become more aware and appreciative of the unique and precious aspects that define our humanity. These captivating portraits serve as ontological gateways, potentially leading to the exploration of new paths or the rediscovery of long-forgotten places.

Her work was featured in Venice Art Biennale, Centro Cultural Borges Argentina, International Houston Fine Art Fair, Kunsthalle Faust Hannover, Berlin Art Spring, Art Dubai Boulevart ArtInSpace, Galerie IHAM Paris, Venice Architecture Biennale, Evita Museum Argentina, Espacio Cultural Donceles 66 Mexico, Art Basel Miami and more.

“I seek to navigate the confluence of art, awareness and technology to express and question the tension that exists in the dialogue between the human, the artificial and nature. I believe that it’s possible to attain a more profound knowledge of nature than that provided by empirical means, and much of the work I do is inspired by the search for that spiritual knowledge.” 

Founder of Decentral Art Pavilion, the first mayor NFT Exhibition during the Venice Art Biennale 2022 that featured over 400 NFT artworks by 87+ leading international artists shaping the NFT space including Beeple, Piter Pasma, Coldie, Hackatao, Trevor Jones, Snowfro and XCOPY among others, the event was sponsored by SuperRare, Artblocks, Campari, Dolce Gabbana, Tribute Brand, Red DAO, Terrin Associati, Vogue Portugal and The Fabricant.

She is a member of the AAMNBA, Asociación Amigos del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF). Florencia is also involved in helping to develop the art community; she is the co-founder of Decentral Art Pavilion an International NFT Exhibition taking place during Venice Art Biennale, she has also donated paintings to help in the fundraising of POMO’s Art Center in Argentina and she has collaborated in several NFT releases to help women’s presence in the application of NFT technology.

Florencia both creates and collects NFTs on the Tezos and Polygon chains. As a collector, she focuses on fine-art artists entering the digital world.

Florencia also participates as speaker in several Digital Art, The Future of Museums, NFT, AI and Web3 Conferences (Tate Talks London, Venice Art Biennale, Boulevart Dubai and NFT.London). 


Florencia has exhibited works and participated in art festivals in locations including


-“Unlock Your Dreams”, W Hotel Los Angeles – West Beverly Hills, USA.
-“Light Time Laboratory II”, Hannover City Hall, Kunsthalle Faust, Kesselhaus Linden, DE.
-“AI Transcendence” for “I Am Exhibition” powered by Gxrls Revolution and Jean-Michel Pailhon, Galerie IHAM, Paris, France.
-“Lucid meta-morphosis. World’s first 360 art experience that stimulates all 5 senses”, Boulevart, Art in Space, Dubai.

-“SYNGULARITY”, Decentral Art Pavilion Venice Art Biennale Edition, Palazzo Giustinian Lolin IT.
-“BEING HUMAN”, DAP Metaverse Exhibition, ArtBasel Miami, USA.

– “REPLICATION”, Kesselhaus Linden, Hannover, DE
– “THE_SPACE_WE_LIVE_IN, ARCHE- Architecture of the Universe, Feedback_Society”, Venice Architecture Biennale, GAD Giudecca Art District, Venice, IT
– “Santi Quaranta” in collaboration with Isorropia Homegallery, Chiesa di San Vittore e 40 Martiri, Milano, IT.

– “OUT-OF-BODY” Kunsthalle Faust, Hannover, DE.

– “FAR FROM HOME” Venice Art Biennial, Pavilion 02, Venice, IT
– “TENSION AND INTERLUDE” Solo show, Giudecca Art District Gallery, Venice, IT

– “DISPLACEMENT”, Palazzo Zenobio, Venice, IT
– “BAI Fellows”, Berlin, DE
– “Art Spring”, Berlin, DE

– Evita Museum (art work in permanent collection), Buenos Aires, Argentina
– “Estilo Pilar Fair”, Buenos Aires, ARG

– “Experiments in Light, Color, Sound, Cinematic and Space”, FOA, Site Specific Art Installation, Buenos Aires, ARG
– “Reflexiones sobre la contemporaneidad desde el arte Latinoamericano”, Exposición Plástica, Espacio Cultural Donceles 66, Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México, MEX

– “International Houston Fine Art Fair”, Houston, USA
– Centro Cultural Borges, “Mirá Festival de Arte”, Buenos Aires, ARG
– Casa de la Cultura de Tlalpan, Mexico City, MEX

– Facultad De Derecho, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARG
– Espacio Cultural Donceles 66, Mexico City 2014
– Club San Isidro, Buenos Aires, ARG

– Imaginario Galeria de Arte, Buenos Aires, ARG
– La Recova de Posadas, Buenos Aires ARG

– Pilar a cielo abierto, ARG

– Exposición Colectiva, Foto Club Buenos Aires, ARG



Torcuato Di Tella University, Eduardo Stupia, Painting

Andrzej Welminski, Sculpture and Performance

Natan Sinigalia, Interactive Media and Generative Arts

Andrew Quinn, Interactive Media and Generative Arts

Cazadores del Arte, Manuel Ameztoy, Sergio Bazán, Alejandra Roux and Augusto Zanel, Art Clinic

Scuola dei Fotografi Giac Casale, Photography

Andres Waissman, Painting

Helena Distefano, Painting

Heriberto Zorrilla, Painting

Wolf Werdigier, Painting

Lois Renner, Painting

Ecole municipale des Beaux arts, Jacotte Capron, Masterclass Raku

Goethe Institute, MOOC “Managing the Arts” program

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Mauro Buscemi, Temple studies

MoMa, The Museum of Modern Art, “Modern Art & Ideas”


Artist Residencies

International Summer Academy of Fine Arts and Media, Venice 2019

GAD Giudecca Art District, Venice 2019

BAI Berlin Art Institute Artist Residence, Berlin 2018

International Summer Academy of Fine Arts and Media, Venice 2018

International Summer Academy of Fine Arts and Media, Venice 2016

Artist Residency, A.I.R. Vallauris, France 2014




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