Welcome to the Program of Home Cinema, streaming live to you from the Sandberg Graduation Show 2021 at Het Hem. You can find out more about this project here.
An incomplete word that we never hear is reduced to a single phoneme by echoes and stutters in digital cut-ups. The voice is not subordinated to any rational order, avoiding an adaptation to semantic content or syntactic structures. The digital sounds metaphorically blur distinctions between what is heard as natural or artificial and reference the dynamism and ephemerality of environments and forms of life. An amorphous figure appears timidly in a familiar background. We cannot predict its movements or what is going to become. We cannot decode its gender, age, nationality, or mood. It doesn’t follow any law, it’s just there to exist.
(b. 1987, Buenos Aires, Argentina) Exploring the gaps where the semantic meaning slides away or detunes, her work is related to the use and study of sound, listening, and writing as vehicles of unsettlement disrupting logics of normalization.
Octave Rimbert- Riviere