Proyecto Emovere was born in 2014 at the Faculty of Arts of Universidad de Chile under the direction of academics Francisca Morand (Dance Department) and Javier Jaimovich (Sound Department). It originated as an interdisciplinary collaboration aimed at researching and developing artistic creation from the perspective of new technologies and interactivity. The cluster’s first interactive interdisciplinary work premiered with the name Emovere in October 2015. Based on this initial creative process, the decision was made to continue the work, and the Proyecto Emovere cluster was formed. From its inception until today, the cluster has brought together students, artists, professionals and academics from various disciplines including Dance, Sound Art, Musical Composition, Visual Arts, Engineering and Theory in order to create and discuss their topics of interest in various modalities: creative works, workshops, residencies, seminars, presentations at national and international conferences, and publications. This project has a substantial technology component, yet always in relation to the body; a body approached from its biology, considering its physiology, emotion, voice and biosignals as founding materials for the interactive process.