It is a 48-minute sound piece, a soundscape created from three existing tracks: Walking & Falling (1982), by Laurie Anderson; Falling (2011), by Meredith Monk; and Falling, Catching (2010), by Agnes Obel. The three pieces refer to the fact of falling, a movement that our bodies constantly experience, due to the gravitational force, barely perceptible or conscious in everyday life. Walking is a permanent fall to get up. To be heard, a kind of prolonged fall is imposed on the listener, he has to lie down, which requires a change in body posture. In the exhibition you will hear a part proportional to the space it occupies, which is 12 minutes and 35 seconds. Falling in a physical and conceptual way is a work that travels the vertical and horizontal axes.
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Pedro Torres focuses his artistic practice on issues related to the concepts of time, distance, memory, language and image, using a variety of media in the development of his works and research projects. He is interested in working with these elements-coordinates in a combined and subjective way, where aesthetics and concept are balanced.Discover more