We see but we do not look, we hear but we do not listen, we touch without feeling, we live... Read More
We see but we do not look, we hear but we do not listen, we touch without
feeling, we live without perceiving our world.
We perceive reality in fast flows of information through the screen, and
from the perception of the other.
Contemporary life and social conventions have accustomed us to having the
senses dazed or almost asleep.
In other times sensory perception was of vital importance for the survival
of animals and man.
Through ephemeral drawing on walls, ceilings and
floors that disrupt and invade the architectural space, an enveloping space is
created with sound games that appeal to the memory and provoke in the spectator
different perceptions and sensations that i