Pseudo-scientific-study-lab01. Sound sculptural installation whose objective is to listen to the language of algae. Through the construction of a fictional laboratory. Using research and experimentation processes typical of of alchemy studies.
Work that began inspired by the Biologist Suzanne Simard, the scientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal, linking the beginning of the project during the participation in the Kelp Congress, Lofoten Islands during LIAF ,Norway, 2019. Developed my research and sculpture/ sound prototypes for the exhibition during my time in Joutsa, while in RESIDENCE AT TUO TUO ,Finland,Aug.2020. ( Listening to the language of the forest). The forest-based research was recontextualized with a focus on Mediterranean algae: Listening to the language of algae , Artistic Research and Creation Residence at Museum of the University of Alicante (MUA) Sep.2020, establishing relationships and links, under a new perspective.
Financed by the assistance and cultural fund of the VEGAP ( ES)