Eduardo Kessedjian & Julián Goldfarb
Synthesizers of Silence, by Eduardo Kessedjian and Julián Goldfarb (Brazil) is a proposal for the construction of analog acoustic radars: on the one hand dispositives that augment the capacity of listening to the sounds of the place and, on the other hand, two sculptural artefacts, one fixed and the other mobile. The first focusses on the idea of a monument, the other a ritual procession. The curious construction, the obsolete object, the mechanism to amplify the sounds of the landscape and the associated ceremony were important factors in the selection of the project.
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