Sound Geometry has been specifically designed for the Space for Experiments in Sound (EES), is based on the idea of projecting trajectories that describe geometric forms.
Taking into account the precision of the tools currently available for acoustic work and the spatial distribution of the speakers – each of which is a fixed point in space – the composer sketches out three-dimensional forms, both simple and complex in nature, by linking these points with aural journeys.
Alejandro Castaños studied at the Center for Musical Study and Research in Mexico City and in the studios of Juan Trigos and Ignacio Baca-Lobera. In 2004 he graduated with a masters in composition from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague and in 2005 completed the annual course in computer music at the IRCAM/Centre Pompidou in Paris, France.
Artist / Alejandro Castaños (México, 1978)
Curator / Marco Morales
Sound multichannel installation (2014)
Translation: Fionn Petch, Celorio Morayta, servicio especializado de idiomas
Authors : Micha Silver y Alejandro Castaños
Language : Spanish & English