From October 14 to January 11, the Audiosphere exhibition, curated by Francisco López, will be at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, in Madrid. Audiosphere is a large-scale exhibition with no images or objects, underpinned solely by sound works and an exhibition design that facilitates experiential, profound and prolonged listening. We’re happy to participate with our piece 77(0).

Sulco (Medida de Corte)

Sulco (Medida de Corte) from Miguel Carvalhais on Vimeo.

Sound installation: Mirrors, wood, loudspeakers, spotlights, computer, sound and electric cables, haze.

July-August 2019, Convento de São Francisco, Coimbra.

“Sulco (Medida de Corte)” is installed at a crossing, a closed space with three doors that is a passage to other rooms. It is inspired in the history of the convent and its multiple occupations — spiritual, industrial, and cultural — and creates an immersive space that emanates light as it absorbs​ the skin of the room. It tears the space and time of the room, in a plane that rips the floor and separates sound sources that oscillate between friction and synchrony, stability and temporality, chaos and harmony.

“Sulco (Medida de Corte)” was commissioned by Dar a Ouvir, Paisagens Sonoras da Cidade.