Graduated in musicology and member of several musical projects such as the progressive rock band Obsidian Kingdom, he became increasingly interested in experimental facts and sound art and created Oso de la Fuente, his own experimental musical project. At Lo Pati hall he’ll present an extension of the piece already started in Hangar and Convent de Sant Agustí in Barcelona, ​​which makes it grow by adapting it to the walking routes to the island of Buda from the Balada village. Attentive, intimate and close listening.

[button type=”success” size=”lg”] Opening: August 31st at 19:00
August 31 to September 15
Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 17:00 to 20:00; Sunday from 11:00 to 14:00