The Aerographer, spatial anxieties

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Luiz Zanotello thinks that interpreting differences and establishing boundaries is generating “spatial anxieties” especially because we are prone to a technological mediation which is accentuating our increasing uncertainty. He interprets then these feelings in his installation “The Aerographer”, measuring the

Somatic Echo, spatial bone conduction

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Bone-conducted sound, or sound that can be heard because the vibrations travel to the ear not through air but through the respective vibrations of the bones of the skull, has been experimented with in hearing aids since the 1920s, but

Monolithe, inextricable artificial nature

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Fabien Léaustic’s “Monolithe” is a monolith hosting the biotope of a phytoplankton growing outside water and producing oxygen, which affects the visitor’s environment. It’s living artwork, with a recognisable symbolic form, open to interpretations, and with a structurally modified ecosystem,