El momento menos bosque de #elmundoesbosque es para mi uno de los más sobrecogedores por como se desplazan las imágenes en diferentes planos. Lo saque hoy mientras le mostrábamos el montaje a los alumno/as de la Escuela de Arte dramático.
@laboralcentrodearte @rotorstudio

🔎@pablodesoto, director de Laboral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, presentó a @angelesangulo y @RTorre de @rotorstudio, responsables de la exposición "El mundo es bosque" en @ondacerogijon
🎧 https://n9.cl/hxqog

#GossipCam ayer en la #nbo22 en Oviedo. Primera prueba de una pequeña parodia de la vigilància que generó alguna escena divertida 😅😂.
Gracias a la gente que os acercasteis para que la máquina os reconociera 😜

Hoy es la Noche Blanca en @gijon y tenéis la oportunidad de subir a @laboralcentrodearte en bus, gracias a @Culturagijon. Se presentan varias cosas, entre ellas el nuevo disco de Diego Flórez dentro de #elmundoesbosque, pieza de la que es autor del paisaje sonoro 🌲🌳🌳🌳

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SCALA NATURAE

Scala Naturae reflects on various contemporary issues and speculates on the end of anthropocentrism. Although the concept of scala naturae was structured based on the human being placed at the top, we propose a new situation: to include in this scale artificial entities with which we interact on a daily basis, without necessarily understanding their processes, their logics and resolutions. These entities, the machines, despite being created by man, it is evident that every day they need us less, since they do not even understand the world in the same way; their perception and capabilities are radically different from ours.

We propose the chapel as the very structure or framework of a great machine whose internal processes that are usually far from our perception and therefore our understanding, are here exposed, magnified and become the very aesthetic engine of the work.

This machine acts in a self-sufficient way, preparing texts, encoding them, printing them back and ultimately, following a digital and mechanical process for which it does not need us at all. However, the very act of actively observing will make the installation impregnated with our presence, and in the same way that a moth or speck of dust, people will be able to alter the system, causing the final impression to contain in its error, the memory of our presence.

Winning project of the IV Barjola award.

Format:
Light installation, big size. 80 leds units x 60x60cm. Space model, computers, electronic devices.

Credits:
Concept / production / design  : Román Torre y Ángeles Angulo.
Photo – Video: Marcos Morilla / RotorStudio
Graphic design: Marcos Recuero

Shows:
Capilla del museo Barjola | Gijón (Asturias)