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In recent times, my burgeoning interest with interdisciplinary musical composition has prompted me to delve into distinct realms of knowledge, encompassing disciplines like anthropology, philosophy, natural sciences, and technology. This intricate interweaving of elements sourced from diverse fields has not only functioned as a creative stimulant but has also empowered me to conceive and actualize artistic ventures that underscore my commitment to musical experimentation, aimed at unearthing novel sonic aesthetics.

Artificial inside, 2022

The purpose of this work is to create a sound piece that explores, through research, the relationship between humans and machines, considering this connection as a constantly evolving aspect that interweaves the artificial and the human experience, both in learning and mastering new skills, as well as in the perception and sensitive response that arises from daily contact with machines.

Noises, filters, patterns, classifications, categories, and artificial learning are some of the techniques and technologies that emerge from the artifact to delve into the interior, to connect to the body and mind, not just superficially, but as a machine carrying subjectivities that trigger something inside us.

What is it that remains inside? That which is artificial and derived from everyday experience, and that inhabits our interior? On the other hand, what is the human aspect that we project onto machines? Can the natural experience be separated from the artificial one? Finally, how can we incorporate the experience of that artificial aspect that inhabits our interior into sound creation?

Viola Da Rosca, 2022

The Viola da Rosca is a musical instrument that I have constructed inspired by the Nail Violin, invented by Johann Wilde in 1740. Although both instruments share certain characteristics, they also have significant differences. For example, while the Nail Violin has a semicircular wooden soundboard with iron or bronze nails of different lengths, the Viola de Rosca has been constructed with screws instead of nails and has a rectangular shape instead of a semicircular one. In addition, while the Nail Violin produces a chromatic scale by bowing the nails, the Viola de Rosca is more similar in terms of pitch range to a viola than a violin. The Viola de Rosca may also have a distinctive sound due to the combination of materials used in its construction.

Galatea, in the mind of the machine 2022

Galatea, in the mind of the machine is a live sound performance piece inspired by the myth of Pygmalion and Galatea, which explores specific ideas developed in my Master's thesis on sound art titled "The Artificial Within". In particular, it focuses on the concept developed during the research of non-anthropocentric listening, which seeks to imagine how other species, organisms, and non-organic elements of a system may perceive their sonic environment.

The work also delves into the concept of non-anthropocentric sound, which refers to the attempt to imagine and reproduce the sonic world of other species, organisms, and non-organic elements of a system. "Galatea" is created as an artistic exploration of how it listens, what it hears, and what its sonic world is, to delve into the human-machine reality from a non-human perspective and contemplation.

The aim of the piece is to provoke reflection on how other species, and even non-organic elements, can develop an equally interesting and complex sonic world, thereby expanding our understanding and awareness of the diversity of the world around us. Furthermore, it highlights the possibilities of non-anthropocentric listening as an aesthetic and poetic mechanism for creation.

Through "Galatea", it seeks to foster a deeper consideration of the relationship between sound, species, and the environment, inviting listeners to challenge their anthropocentric perspective and explore new ways of experiencing sound.

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