Florencia Alonso (a.k.a Flor de Fuego) is a digital-craft artist that mainly works with programming and live coding in order to create performative experiences. Her research rounds concepts like the body, space, code and chaos. She has taken part in several international and local festivals in collaboration with some other artists as well as individually. She graduated as a teacher and bachelor in Arts at National University of La Plata, Argentina. Education is a fundamental part in her production. She has taken part in several festivals like MUTEK Montreal/Spain/Argentina, Node Forum Digital Arts, Die Digitale Düsseldorf, ICFP Ljubljana, Digital Art Zürich. She is also an alumni from the Akademie für Theater und Digitalität from Dortmund Theater. Florencia also collaborates with live coding communities like Hydra, a live coding browser software developed by Olivia Jack.