in a electromechanical Planetarium
a electroacoustic musician
a sound artist
a film maker
and an artist.
A cloud of sound
In a copper dome
an electromagnetic receiver
a tectonic sensor
a computational processor
a laser transmitter
and three Carbon Atmospheres- read more
Both exogenous and endogenous, the stones yield an exceptional relationship with their hosts. They become endolitos, elements from the outside, transformed into part of the inside, mineral bodies living inside the flesh of an organism that by producing them also appropriates the mineral world surrounding it.- read more
«La costumbre de “comer búcaro”, “comer barro” o «comer yeso» debía de estar lo suficientemente arraigada en la sociedad española como para que en forma descriptiva o de chanza pasara a los diccionarios, a la literatura del Siglo de Oro.- read more
We remember the mouth as a site of nurture, breath, aggression, appetite, language and even Knowledge: Through our mouths we originally come to know the world and differentiate ourselves from it.- read more
[…] The folks started arriving who knows out of curiosity or to witness the miracle. This morsel gleaming to become food. Mouths that were dyed with light while they smiled, bodies which paint their skin to dance to the sounds of music as if it were the last “Holy” offered up to those present. […]
The Fosfofagias are situations where light ingestion is performed. The spectator ingest the work becoming his body the medium where the image is registered.- read more
Black Ceramics are pinhole cameras made with clay taken from a river they have photographed. Inside, each contains a picture of the flowing water. In order to discover this image the object has to be broken. The image recorded inside is as ephemeral as water and will disappear after a few hours.- read more
The exploration of the river limits: the inaccessibility, the inevitable temporality and the technologies that make it persist. Collective experiences based on the stay, survival and conviviality on the riverbanks. There are temporary collective spaces of research in which to create and re-memorize in an attempt to posses the uninhabitable: memory.
“Habitar” is a collection of collective actions and/or objects generated by the traces of these experiences. To live using caves as shelters, hunting with a slingshot, tree climbing, clay battles, to walk up the river… these practices are unfolded in small objects as “Documentation of 19 days living in a cave”, “Double Skin”, “The Oxygen Stones” or Hidronoma.