(Mexico City, 1976)
He is a titular research professor at Université Paris 8; member of the Laboratoire Paragraphe and the Software Studies Initiative; treasurer of the International Association for Visual Semiotics.
He has a PhD in Communication and Information Sciences by the Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis (2007); he has a Masters in Technology in Education by the Tecnológico de Monterrey - University of Britisj Columbia (2002); graduated from the Bachelor in Communication Science by the Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Toluca (1998).
Reyes has dedicated a big part of his research and practice, both as a professor and as an artist, in data visualization, hypermedia, visual semiotics, new media and software studies.
He has contributed to digital art movement through the organization of international conferences. In 2008 he organized the 2nd Computer Art Congress, held in the Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Toluca and Estado de México. This congress included the exhibition of 35 artworks inside the Modern Art Museum of Toluca. In 2010 he organized the Web Studies congress with conferences and net art artworks by Roy Ascott, Arcángel Constantini, Linda Hilfling, etc. In 2016 he organzed the 5th Computer Art Congress in Paris, with exhibitions and performances in the Maison de Sciences de l'Homme.
His work as a researcher has been publishes by various platforms and publications such as The 3D Additivist Cookbook, 100 Notions for Digital Art, Handbook of Research on Digital Media and Creative Technologies, Metaplasticity of Virtual Worlds. Also he has taken part in Hypertext’16 (Halifax, Canadá 2016), Interface Politics (Barcelona, España 2016), ARCO (Madrid, 2013) both as an speaker and artist.
Paul Klee viz, (2015)
Poémes Stein, (2015)
Motion Structures, (2013)