Born in Venezuela in 1994, Jesus Valenti grew up in Italy, where he studied electronic music as a student of the Conservatory of Trieste. In this period he started to focus on improvisation as a mean for introspection, through the sonic irrational and unpredictable communication forms. In 2017 he participates at Forma – Free Music Impulse, getting in touch with the INA GRM and with artists like Ryoji Ikeda, Kassel Jaeger, Emptyset and Aleksandar Koruga. In 2018 he’s member of Ubulembu electronic ensemble, born from Giovanni Maier’s experimental research on Conduction and improvisation. After this experience he is more attentive to multimedia and multimodal investigation, as he starts to work with different communication possibilities between music, image, sound and other expressive forms. In 2019 he studies Persian music, language and culture at the Dehkhoda Institute of Teheran. He’s major focus here is the concept of improvisation in the context of Persian music. He traveled in many cities of Iran, capturing field recordings of rural areas’ soundscapes and of big metropolitan centers, seeking to conciliate them with electroacoustic sonorities.