Pablo N. Molina is a video, lighting and sound artist whose work employs emerging technologies such as architectural projection mapping, live video processing, and original software development to design and implement immersive media environments.
Pablo has created numerous experiences for live performance and architectural projects. His video, lighting, and sound designs have been featured in numerous exhibitions as well as theatrical, music, and dance pieces at venues such as Sundance New Frontiers, OSF, RedCat, BAM, TED, The Whitney Museum, On The Boards, Microsoft, The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, EMPAC, The Wexner Center, LACMA, and PICA.
While firmly rooted in experimental performance, Pablo also works in large scale rock tours and commercial entertainment such as the recent Paramore World Tour and the upcoming Marvel Universe Live arena tour. Pablo originated the video design for the Alex Timbers directed musical adaptation of Sylvester Stallone's Rocky in Hamburg Germany and collaborated with NYC designer Dan Scully on the acclaimed Broadway production.
Pablo is an associate artist with MODE Studios in Seattle and a principal member of the interdisciplinary performance lab Early Morning Opera (EMO). He provided the custom software, video, and scenic design for EMO’s seminal work ABACUS and is currently working with Lars Jan and EMO on their upcoming performance installation piece Holoscenes, their new theatrical work Institute of Memory, and the video duet Co-Presence (in collaboration with the Nichole Canuso Dance Company).
Pablo serves on the faculty for the MFA program in Video for Performance at the CalArts School of Theater and frequently guest teaches workshops and master classes on emerging trends in video design and custom software development for live performance. He is a recent Artist in Residency at the Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts and a frequent panelist at the LDI Institute Projection Master Classes.