Pedro Tudela presents “Transparente/Opaco” at CAM, Lisboa

Next Thursday, October 24, Pedro Tudela will present the performance “Transparente/Opaco” at the Main Hall of the Center for Modern Art of the Caloust Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisboa.

In “Trasnparente/Opaco” [Transparent/Opaque], Tudela offers an installation that remains visually unchanged but whose sounds undergo progressive and significant changes/mutations over time. Micro-sounds, the result of both manipulation and induction, are subjected to processing. As a result of the changes, the sounds end up revealing themselves with a different body, a different size, in a different space that is far from what was visually apprehended at the start. The image maintains its shape, but the sound and the space change both their appearance and the initial relationship to the viewer.

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