Surround sound installation in the woods of Connecticut-US. A kaleidoscope of dreamy sounds collected in Japan, Brazil and Argentina.
Collaborative installation with the artist Karin Van der Molen (Holland), during a project of environmental art in the US.
An iron structure with the shape of a bowl was weaved with rope and hay. The structure was hanged at a considerable height with almost invisible steel cables. On the lower part the structure had an opening, through which the spectator could enter with the head and torso. Once inside the structure, the spectator could hear a quadriphonic sound piece that referred to the idea of circulation using elements of movement (steps, wheels, cars, planes), spatially interlaced within a continuous flow.
Collaborative installation with Olga Ziemska (POLAND). The hands of a number of artists from around the world were cast into clay moulds. Inside the sculptures of the hands an earphone was inserted. Each artist inspired an audio track (presented in each pair of hands). The track used the voice and sounds of the artist while working and other inspirational references. The hands were exhibited on a typical american pic-nic table, bearing the engraving of the artist’s name. The audience held the clay hands placing them over the ears, in an intimate relation.
Participant as sound artist in the 2013 CAGE SUIT project, exhibited during the Videoformes Festival in Clermont-Ferrand – France.
The evening Cage Suite was conceived with this principle in mind, a random game of editing and of sound that brings together 15 musician-artists around the emblematic work 4’33”.
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Sound art piece for the video installation of Mariana Vaz presented ar the CCJ Centro Cultural da Juventude in Sao Paulo – Brazil.