In collaboration with BioBAT Art Space, the Old Stone House is hosting a series of bilingual listening sessions created by some of the artists that are part of Common Frequencies, a new contemporary art exhibition opening in May at the BioBAT Art Space.
The exhibition, curated by Elisa Gutiérrez Eriksen @egeriksen, features cross-disciplinary Mexican artists Lorena Mal, Marcela Armas, Gilberto Esparza, Tanai Candiani, and Interspecifics whose work meets at the intersection of art and science.
These programs are free and open to the public.
We will hear Gilberto’s presentation of BioSoNot, an instrument which produces sound while cleaning contaminated water. This recording was also presented in our virtual event on February 20.
Marcela will be activating Tsinamekuta, an instrument created for the detection and sound interpretation of the magnetic memory of minerals (specifically pyrrhotite), as well as processes of induction of new magnetic fields on its surface.