Roberto Sánchez-Camus is from Chile/USA. His work focuses on participation, community, urbanism, politics through a variety of time-based media. He has developed assemblages of creative individuals in Coalition of Creative Artists in 2000, Blank Collective in 2003 and currently Lotos Collective of London (founded in 2006). Through Lotos he directs and devises site-responsive projects in the UK and abroad while maintaining a solo live artist practice along side this. Past creative residencies include Hoxton Hall Rebirth, London 2011; Rifrazioni Festival, Italy 2010; Zoukak Cultural Centre Beirut, Lebanon 2009; Youth Visions, Ghana, West Africa 2008; O’Theatrone, Naples, Italy 2007. He was awarded a BFA in Visual Arts from School of Visual Arts in New York and an MA Scenography from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Roberto is currently awaiting to defend his doctorate dissertation in Applied Live Art completed under the supervision of Fiona Templeton at Brunel University.