A short film that dives deep into the notion of threshold, presented at the International Society for the Study of Surrealism Conference 2022.
Site-specific installation that represents the intimate connection between the Camino de Santiago and it´s celestial reference.
Commissioned art works and designs by Unplucked Ltd., where each collection is inspired by a different scientific concept.
A combination of the most traditional drawing techniques with the most contemporary ones to compose elaborate designs and patterns.
Alexander I is an abstraction, a figure without time or scale that will be determined depending on the technique we use to represent it.
A survey into a different territory. This is the outcome of the recording of the images and sounds from another land.
2nd part of a series of works based on the idea of history: history as a simultaneous manifestation of thousands of events. Part II: The History of Myths.
A whole container from a brewery transformed into a musical instrument. All the guests happily playing with it.
Site-specific proposal for the atrium in Vesta House that represents the kaleidoscopic nature of London, simultaneously static and dynamic.
Second work delving into the physical connection between the tactile, the visual and the sound, breaking the barrier between all these senses.
How to transfigure, disfigure and crush the image of a Stockholm square and its surrounding soundscape into a single portable object.
Second site-specific work with non diegetic sounds conceived to transform a single space into thousands of different spaces.
A tribute to Terence McKenna. A visual and sonic journey through the landscape where all landscapes collide.
The enlightening process of listening to and observing the innards of a sculpture, its inner soundscape and its guts.
Like a geologist breaking a rock with a pick to see what's inside, destruction could also be an operation of perception and knowledge.
First site-specific work with non diegetic sounds conceived to transform a single space into thousands of different spaces.
First part of a series of works based on the idea of history: history as a simultaneous manifestation of thousands of events. Part I: The History of Spain.
A space crossed by an acoustic threshold. A tunnel of reverberation in the darkness that functions as a link and division at the same time.
First work that delves into the physical connection between the tactile, the visual and the sound, breaking the barrier between all these senses.
Second part of a series or works based on the idea of hope, desire and expectation. A walk to and end that will never come.
A site-specific sound and visual installation where we experience the echoes of the castle walls that disappeared long time ago.
A small shed that sounds like a cathedral. We see a small space, we hear an enormous one. Spatial distortion through sound perception.
A site-specific installation in which the acoustic spatial perception of an entire temple is enhanced in just one of its corridors.
First part of a series or works based on the idea of hope, desire and expectation. A walk to and end that will never come.
Sound installation based on Henry Lefebvre’s Rhythmanalysis theory. 'Pendelexperiment' exhibition, curated by Monica Sand.
A voyage into a different, uncharted territory. This is the outcome of recording the sights and sounds of another land.
A different approach to the idea of melody. An arpeggio that is built through space and movement, not just through time.
In this installation we move through the environment while it moves and rotates around us simultaneously.
Space perception is a process of integration. The interaction between all of our senses builds the image of our environment.
An architectural project where spatial perception through sound is the fundamental element. Sound as a design tool for architecture.
This work inquires into the relation between sound and object. Field-recorded sounds disfigured to create new visual connections.