The show is inspired by how different rhythms and sound frequencies affect individuals and groups in places such as dance floors, sex clubs, religious temples and art spaces. With new installations, sculptures, embroidery pieces and sound works developed separately and collaboratively, this exhibition offers an immersive environment created to provoke alternative ways of experiencing the sonic dimension.
The presentation, that furthers themes explored in Miles’s
durational performances and Vivian’s
mosquito allegories invite the public to experience how sound waves affect our bodies and to consider the multiple ideological, mechanical, spiritual and symbolic aspects that sound expresses. With works that point to the invisible dimensions of life and subjectivity, this installation draws attention to the invisible ties that connect us to one another, challenging ideas of separation and individuality and reflecting on how sound can integrate communities and dismantle preconceived ideas of what bodies can be, do and become. We speak to Caccuri about it.