SOUNDS OF METASTABLE EQUILIBRIUMS
International sound art exhibition which brings together authors from seven countries of three continents, presented in the virtual space of Freijo Gallery.
Curated by José Iges, for Freijo Gallery.
What we present here is an exhibition that takes place in a virtual space. It consists of stereophonic sound works, besides the visual, sound, video and textual content that complements and expands them. This means that it is, above all, an invitation to listen.
The works on display here have been made between 1987 and the present time. Despite this time interval, all of them are resignified and projected in this moment we are living, and this is perhaps the main reason for their choice. This present in which we are living in a metastable equilibrium, of a weak certainty that sustains us in a forcibly attenuated register of movement, waiting for a change of state that is not clearly visible. They are, therefore, works that probably have to be valued as a reflection of a moment and heritage for future times, and as such they will perhaps be the object of those archives that we are only now beginning to build.
Click here to read the curatorial essay, by José Iges.
ARTISTS, in order of appearance:
Philip Corner | Giovanni Fontana | GX Jupitter-Larsen | Esther Ferrer | María de Alvear | Janete El Haouli and José Augusto Mannis | Manuel Rocha Iturbide | Francisco López | Concha Jerez and José Iges | José Manuel Berenguer | Colin Black | Andrea Sodomka | Xabier Erkizia
Online talk "Collecting Sound Art"
Participants: Miguel Álvarez-Fernández, Fernando Castro Florez, Xabier Erkizia and Concha Jerez, with presentation and moderation by José Iges.
Opening event, broadcast live on October 8th, with the participation of the artists and some personalities from the field of Sound Art.
Participants: Angustias Freijo, José Iges, Janete El Haouli, José Augusto Mannis, José Manuel Berenger, Andrea Sodomka, María de Alvear, Colin Black, Manuel Rocha Iturbide, Ana de Alvear, Eduardo Polonio, Alberto Flores, Raúl Minsburg, Gonzalo Biffarella, Marta Pereira and Emiliano López Rascón.
Online talk "Listening to Sound Art on the web"
· Miguel Álvarez-Fernández (musicologist, sound artist and director of Ars Sonora)
· Violeta Ospina (multidisciplinary artist, Radio Web MACBA collaborator)
· Tito Rivas (sound artist, researcher and director of Museo Ex Teresa in Mexico City)
· Mene Savasta (sound artist, art historian and Trans/Aural coordinator at UNTREF in Buenos Aires)
· José Iges