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While the rain falls, (ensō # 57)

What is rain apart from the word "rain"? Ever since we were born, the world has been exposed to us through a veil of words, with the result that our inhabitation and construction are always conditioned by language. Based on this idea, this exhibition consists of a group of sound sculptures that emit the rhythms of raindrops that have been transformed into Morse code. The aim of this transformation process is to present the representation of rain through language. Nevertheless, if this codified version of rain is the first thing the viewer perceives, after a while it's possible to detect the energy of rain insinuating itself beneath the colonization of Morse code. It is at this precise moment that it is possible to free the rain from the representation of language and enter into direct contact with its essence.

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