Nicole L'Huillier is a transdisciplinary artist from Santiago, Chile, currently based in Boston. Through sounds, vibrations, resonances, and multiple transductions, her work explores more-than-human performativity, from microscopic to cosmic scales; rituals of membranal and resonant architectures; as well as vibrations and sounds as construction materials for spaces, collectivity, identity, and agency. She works at the intersection of music, art, architecture, science, fiction, and technology to explore the pluriverse and alien imaginaries into which we are woven. Nicole is currently a PhD candidate and research assistant at MIT Media Lab, Opera of the Future group. She also holds an MA in Media Arts and Sciences (2017) from MIT. In 2020 she was awarded first place for the MIT 2020 Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts, as well as a DAAD fellowship. She was the recipient of the SIMETRIA prize in 2019.