• OCT 26 to NOV 30
    Solo Exhibition
    Alfredo Morte - Contenedores de ruido blanco


    • Solo Exhibition
    • Modern Art
    • Emerging Artists
    • Contemporary
    • Other

    Dates and Opening hours

    OCT 26 to NOV 30, 2017

    Vernissage: Opening 26 Oct 2017 20:00 - 22:00 Inaugural concert Microsinfonic Orchestra 20:30 - 30 mins

    Event Location

    Space To Be

    Calle Benigno Soto 14

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    “White noise containers” consists of a random array of containers scattered across a squared area, all covered by a white veil that turns them into an anomalous surface generated by a statistical chaos. All of them are vibrated by electromechanical devices to create their own sound.

    As a result, each of the containers generates and emits a different pitched noise according to their physical and chemical configurations. The mixture of these varied pitches is intended to spread over a spectrum of sound frequencies, generating what is known as white noise.

    The set of containers is thus whitened, both on the visual and on the aural spectrums, and become not only White noise containers, but also white noise content.


    Alfredo Morte

    Technician of Design, Applied Arts and Sculpture Technician. He achieved a "dishonorable discharge" from UCM before completing a Major in Philosophy. He introduces himself as a carpenter for emotional reasons and he learnt all he knows about electricity by experimenting with engines found in pieces of junk picked up on the street. For the last ten years Alfredo has collaborated on and directed several independent art projects and collectives focused on interactivity and reflective involvement of the public. Through his experimentation with machinery and sound he has taken part in international exhibits such as INTERFERENCE (Holland), IN-SONORA IV (Madrid), SAOUT (Morocco), ARTe-SONoro OFF (Madrid, Spain), TRANSONICA (D.F. Mexico) & TENTACIONES-Estampa (Madrid). From 2009 he conducts workshops where he imparts the basis for an introduction into the recycling of electrical appliances and the use of engines for artistic ends.


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