Esculturas temporales Guillermo Eisner Sagüés

Esculturas temporales is arranged as a continuum of sound fragments that seeks to construct diverse ways of sculpting time, diverse gestures, diverse paths of accumulation and distension of energies. Composed exclusively from double bass samples, the work takes sound as a malleable material and proposes to sculpt on it as if we could grasp it, take it, feel it with our hands. In short, it is a vain attempt to make tangible an ephemeral material such as sound, of which we can only verify the temporal and spatial experience that its fleeting presence leaves us with.

Source: 2022

  • Year of composition: 2022
  • Genre: Acousmatics
  • Format: Fixed media
  • Duration of the submitted work: 7:53
  • Premiere: June 2022, El sindicato de Altavoces, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain

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