His work has been exhibited and performed across the US, UK, Spain, France, Japan, Czech Republic, South America, Romania, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, Finland or The Netherlands. He has performed in festivals and venues such Philharmonie de Paris (NEMO BIennale), L.E.V. Festival, Semibreve, Cafe OTO, Lunchmeat Festival, HCMF (Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival), La Casa Encendida, Sonica Glasgow, MNAC – National Museum of Contemporary Art Rumania, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, or MCARS among others. His recorded albums have been released in different labels including Room40, Superpang or leerraum among others.
Sergio Millan is a graphic designer by default, DIY guerrilla fighter, synth developer, and occasionally visual artist. Coming from an interaction design background, he has spent the last years researching different approaches in visual creative coding with various programming languages: from interactive glitch applications, to videogame engines, or GLSL Shaders.
He is a founder member of T37, a hackspace that hosts synth DIY workshops in Madrid. As a collective, they design DIY Eurorack module kits for workshops. They have given workshops in Madrid, Barcelona, London and Berlin.
Sergio has taken part in several installation works with Jae Ho Youn at Galeria Labyrinth (Poland), with Guillem Bayo and Luix Bot in Automaticas at MedialabPrado (Spain), and lately with Elías Merino working in their recent project Heterotopies, to name a few.