13 - 15 JAN | Virtual sound objects for an non-visible exhibition II | JORGE VICARIO

Opening friday 13th - 19:00-22:00 Saturday 14th - 14:00 - 19:00 Sunday 15th - 14:00 - 19:00

Location: Zwitschermaschine, Potsdamer Str. 161, 10783 Berlin


Virtual sound objects for a non-visible exhibition is a computer-controlled sound installation written in Supercollider. The installation is the conclusion of an artistic research project consisting in the codification of sounds synthesised and identified according to their real referents in the material world.
These sound designs are extended beyond their originally defined materiality and into a speculative aesthetic realm, conducted through ever evolving algorithmic patterns.

About the Artist:
Jorge Vicario (1989) is a sound artist and researcher in computer music.

He lives in Berlin and studies at U.D.K. an is making an instrument based on wave table synthesis as a Master project.

He has a multidisciplinary background related to sound and music; his early Noise music projects were documented by S.O.N.M, Reductive Music, Desetxea and Tecnonucleo.

Jorge has written and performed seven pieces for tape loop entitled Movements for elastic tape. these pieces were presented as exhibition and installation at Madrid (Reina Sofia Museum, CentroCentro), Berlin (T.A.T.V. / Ausland).

He produces the radio program Computer music radio journal at Cashemere Radio, Berlin.
His radio project El futuro era tu cuerpo, hosted by Reina Sofia Museum, was awarded with the Our many Europes



Virtual sound objects for a non-visible exhibition ist eine computergesteuerte Klanginstallation, die in Supercollider geschrieben wurde. Die Installation stellt den Abschluss einer künstlerischen Forschungsprojektes dar, das Klänge kodifizierte, die ihrer materiellen Bezüge zur realen Welt entsprechend synthetisiert und identifiziert wurden. Diese Klangentwürfe werden über ihre ursprünglich definierte Materialität hinaus in eine spekulative ästhetische Sphäre ausgedehnt, die durch sich ständig weiterentwickelnde algorithmische Muster geleitet wird.