Fonomicroscopía del D.F.
Within the framework of the XXXVII International Forum of New Music “Manuel Enríquez”, and commissioned by the INBA’s National Coordination of Music and Opera, Phonomicroscopy is born from a deep interest in soundscape.
Carole Chargueron presents a “portrait” comprised of sonic details recorded from a wide array of locations in Mexico City, resignified for the acoustic environment of the Sound Experimentation Space. Through electro-acoustic composition and sound art techniques, the work reveals to the visitor sounds that are imperceptible to conventional hearing. Far from making their sources explicit, the piece liberates the sounds from both their context and the original recording, allowing them to describe a universe of their own.
The University Museum of Contemporary arts is grateful to the Mexican Center for Music and the Sound Arts for its collaboration in this project.
Artist / Carole Chargueron (France, 1966)
Curator / Marco Morales
Multichannel sound installation
Espacio de Experimentación Sonora
Authors : Javier Álvarez, María Baranda, Eduardo Bernal, Carole Chargueron, José Julio Díaz Infante, Mario Lavista, Alejandro L. Madrid, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Miguel Molina Alarcón, Marco Morales Villalobos, Gabriela Ortíz, Laureana Toledo, Jorge Vargas Cortez
Language : Spanish & English