Heat as a micro-matter though it’s not a matter itself. Reflect on how the relationship between living materials and objects influences our ecological community. This is what the Japanese-Korean underground artist, editor and activist Ryoko Akama proposes in this artistic installation, based on domestic tools and mundane technologies. In her work she sculpts daily tools with invisible energy such as heat, gravity or magnetism, creating ephemeral situations that magnify silence, time and space. Always interested in examining issues such as the environment, architecture, migrations or the conflicts and the fluidity of our existence. She also composes and performs “alternative soundtracks” with musicians from around the world and is a member of the electronic collective The Lappetites and the experimental project a.hop.

Curated by Arnau Horta.

A coproduction with