Filtered down into the fabric
Florencia Almirón and Isabelle Sully
Speakers, motion sensors, spoken word bulletins, dimensions variable
Filtered down into the fabric was a temporary public address system installed in the existing infrastructure of an academic institution in the Netherlands. It was produced for the occasion of Songs for a Deaf Ox, an exhibition denoting the end of a collective research on the non-transmittability of form. The ten individual works in the exhibition stood together as a collective work, and were connected through a notebook-like publication that both mapped the space and reflections surrounding the making of each others works.
Songs for a Deaf Ox was curated by Dai Xiyun and held at the Dutch Art Institute from June 3 – 5, 2016. It included Florencia Almirón & Isabelle Sully, David Bergé, Sebastian de Line, Hu Wei, Pilar Mata Dupont, Valentina Miorandi, Avan Omar, Maja Renn, Peter Sattler and Helen Zeru Araya. Songs for a Deaf Ox was an exhibition denoting the end of a collective research on the non-transmittability of form.
Bulletin One (Building Entrance)
Bulletin Two (Female Toilet)
Bulletin Three (Unisex Toilet)
Bulletin Four (Kitchen)
Bulletin Five (Director's Office)