Nicole L’Huillier, Yasushi Sakai, Thomas Sanchez Lengeling: Diastrophisms

  • ©2017, Nicole L'Huillier, Yasushi Sakai, and Thomas Sanchez Lengeling





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    Diastrophisms is a sound installation with a modular system that sends images through rhythmic patterns. It is built on a set of debris from the Alto Río building that was destroyed by the 27F earthquake in 2010 in Chile. With Diastrophisms, we were looking for a poetical, critical, and political crossing between technology and matter in order to raise questions on the relationship between human beings and nature, and to consider the construction of memory in a community by questioning the notion of monument, as well as to imagine new forms of communication in times of crisis.