PLA 3D print, photo print, stainless steel, 55 x 80 x 30cm Hydrophonic recordings from Bergen harbour, 2023, audio loop 4’44’’, Transducer
Domínguez Rangel's sculptures and installations are concerned with how sound affects and resonates with the body physiologically and psychologically, and how critical listening extends connections to diverse acoustic ecologies other than the anthropophony. In non-human-matters, Domínguez Rangel has made a series of sculptures using bronze, stainless steel, glass and 3D print. She invites us to contemplate the intricate and dynamic nature of our bodily ecosystems and how we are interconnected to the environment. By highlighting these connections, her work encourages us to engage in critical listening and better understand the complexity of our existence.
16.03 - 16.04.2023
Group show with Nicolas Lamas and George Henry Longly
photos: © Simon Veres
Last photo: © Thor Brødreskift