Pulsar, 2013

Josep Renau Showroom,


Pulsar was presented at the collective exhibition of the international congress Art Science and City of the UPV. This piece that is part of the Geometries of the Cosmos project, is a readaptation of the work presented in 2013 at the ATM Contemporary art gallery in Gijón and the Tàpies Foundation in Barcelona, ​​with the aim of showing in a visual way the capacity of sound to generate visual structures from resonance on matter. Starting from the sound generated by the radio waves of four neutron stars (also called pulsar), they are stars with a mass much higher than our sun, which at the end of their lives collapse on themselves forming a celestial body the size of a great city These bodies rotate on their own axis with a certain frequency of rotation, generating large electromagnetic pulses that emit flashes of high radiation towards the universe, these flashes are captured from the earth in the form of radio waves by means of radio telescopes), a multi-channel sound piece is produced that will be reproduced in 8 modified speakers that contain a quantity of fluid.

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