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The existence of something

always implies inhabiting something,

 a process that generates the building of something.

This transition from inhabiting to constructing something

generates an accumulation over time,

resulting in the appearance of a space.

My work explores the existence of something and how the exchanges it establishes with other forms of existence give rise to the creation of a space. To this end, I construct landscape models through a multidisciplinary practice, which mainly comprises sound design and music, but also writing, drawing, installation and video. The aim is to explore at different perceptual levels the existence of something and the exchanges and transformations it generates in space. What I seek in my work is for each of my landscape models to function as a sensory exercise, through which it is possible to reconfigure our perception of the existence of something as an act of creation.

Ricardo Martínez Ramos

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