Objetos Inventados 1. Entonador de Ruido
What sounds do these cables and wires that compose this forgotten object make? What is the sound of the nostalgia?
Objetos Inventados 1. Entonador de Ruido (Invented Objects 1. Noise Entonador) is an installation project referencing imagined objects as well as failed machines – those dreamed of but never built or those that have simply disappeared from existence. This work is a continuation of my artistic research into the integration of various inventions and devices for creating hybrid and imaginary pieces, using as a reference various types of textile machinery, tools to draw or design in perspective, magic lanterns; cameras obscures; or systems to capture and noise emission, for example.
Objetos Inventados 1. Entonador de Ruido (Invented Objects 1. Noise Entonador) is based on the fusion of two machines that interact with each other: a table of embroidery and sound intoner. The latter references the Intonarumori sound-generating devices designed and built by Luigi Russolo in 1914 that create sounds with vibrations by adjusting the tension of strings
Bárbara Palomino. Objetos Inventados 1. Entonador de Ruido. Textile and Sound Installation, 2012. Work realised thanks to the support of Ch.ACO Finlandia.