Exhibition Opening: March 22nd, 2022, 7 pm
Opening Hours: March 23rd – 30th 2022, 3 – 6 pm; Sunday closed
Due to the massive amount of Covid cases, we would like to ask you to bring your FFP2 mask to experience the exhibition. A max. of 10 people are allowed to enter the venue at the same time.
The installation «ce qu’il reste des échos» talks about the memories of an object, in particular, those of acoustic pots inspired by the ones used in churches to amplify or modify the voices of preachers and choirs in the past. At the time they also served as a metaphorical bridge between the prayer, and the song of the angels of heaven.
For this sound installation, ceramic sculptures with different shapes and resonances were produced and equipped with speakers to create a spatial sound environment in the exhibition space. The soundscape is created using sounds recorded in Linz such as voices, echoes, and various field recordings to evoke memories of places visited.
Objects carry a memory, it is charged with the ideas and intentions of those who made and use them. By taking it out of its original ecclesiastic context, contemporary voices are amplified and evoke, explicitly or not, societal themes such as feminism, ecology, and antiracism. The installation is thus a structure to invite people to play with it in a performative way and use it to amplify their voices.
Clarice Calvo-Pinsolle is from the Basque Country, lives and works in Brussels, where she pursues her sound and sculpture research. She designs immersive installations that play with the viewer’s perception. Her work revolves around the concept of memory and the safeguarding of memories, especially through sound. She has exhibited at various venues such as the Yvon Lambert Foundation in Avignon, the Museo de la Universidad in Santa Marta in Colombia, and the Hotel de Vogue in Dijon. Her musical projects are published under the name Lamina.
The project is part of the Oscillations: Exercises in Resilience project.
Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.