porcelana innovadora is a wall-mounted multi-faceted piece comprising of multiple layers of different types of 3d ceramic tiles.
the sculpture is illuminated through the use of black and white animated geometric patterns that oscillate and shift over the multiple extrusions of tiles, further extending their overall dimensionality and relief. these animations alter from being 2d to 3d and from chaotic to structured creating a dimensional interplay that enhances the sculpture, giving it an indistinguishable enigmatic characteristic. in addition, compositions of multiple patterns are projected simultaneously, mapped them to the different tile surfaces allowing for a limitless variety of kaleidoscopic collages.
a sophisticated rhythmic sound work made up of ceramic tile recordings mixed with high fidelity electronica samples is intrinsically linked to the vision, creating a multi-dimensional and multi-sensory synesthetic field of light, sound and form. during it’s production the artists utilised a creative process heavily reliant on cross-referential feedback allowing them to tightly fuse the sonic and visual ingredients into a singular streamlined amalgamation. in effect, it looks like the sound, and sounds like the vision.
sound by chiara kickdrum.
many thanks to kit webster for access to the content for this post!
previously in these pages:
kit webster: prismatica
kit webster: enigmatica
kit webster: dataflux 0.1