Synthesis For Unlocated Objects
“Synthesis for unlocated objects” by Luis Sanz. Developed specifically for the exhibition space, the artist will present an immersive sound installation focusing on the connections between sound objects, perception and space.
The montage, conceived through digital synthesis, installation and sound objects, is a work seeking meanings and codifications in order to relate to space, bodies and oneself. The installation addresses the relationship between space, sound, the body and the limits of perception in relation to language.
Treating sound and sound waves as physical entities, the installation emphasises an active and subjective experience through the changing perspectives of the visitors' bodies. Reflecting objects and structures in the space bounce, deflect or block sound by decoupling it from the sound sources and locations from which we perceive them.
April 7 - 9, 2022
3pm - 8pm