Guide to art installations at Eufònic 2022
The dynamics, shocks and frictions between technology and nature, the invisible energies that move the objects of our daily environment, engines that generate 3-D sounds, old crafts, bells, ships, poetry… This and much more is what you can explore through the ten art installations included in this year’s program. There goes a quick guide sorted according to the different spaces.
Museu de Tortosa, August 19 – September 10:
DIEGO PAONESSA: “Music For Electromagnets”
Art installation around the social configuration of technology through the creation and interaction of interfaces.
Matadero by New Art Foundation, La Ràpita, August 25–28:
OLIVIER HENLEY & LAURENT LÉVESQUE: “The Conservatory: First Ramble”
Interactive installation that gathers a digital forest of plants from video games.
SRA. POLAROISKA: “Hiru Haiku”
Three haikus invite us to contemplate nature and the course between the visible and the invisible.
MAGALI BABIN & LAURA GONÇALVES: “110 Holsteins”
Video installation that follows the path of milk to its destination as an industrial product and explores how music can influence the cow’s milk production. A Recto-Verso production.
Former Convent of Santa Maria, La Ràpita, August 25–27.
MAYA MOUAWAD & CYRIL LAURIER: “Rising”
Artistic installation of sound and light on the effects of climate change and the rise of sea level.
Centre d’Art Lo Pati, Amposta, August 25 – September 10:
RYOKO AKAMA: “Not A Matter But It Really Matters”
The Japanese-Korean artista sculpts daily tools with invisible energy such as heat, gravity or magnetism, creating ephemeral situations that magnify silence, time and space. Curated by Arnau Horta.
Ulldecona Castle, August 20–28:
FABRIZIO DI SALVO & reConvert: (ex)tension
A piece/sound installation in search of a 3D sound system, with instruments and industrial motors that move sound through space.
Lo Sindicat, La Ràpita, August 25–28:
LEONARDO ESCODA: “Obra morta”
AV project inspired by the old shipbuilding trades, with piano music by Josep Lanau and the sounds of the Ebre river.
ALFRED PORRES PLA: “Campana”
A bell, made by assembling brass caps from the pellet cartridges used by hunters in the Delta, refers to its ancestral use: communication.
ROC DOMINGO I MARTA R. CHUST: “Pedra i plàstic”
Research project on landscape transformations due to the deployment of high-speed Internet technology.