A Fungus Garden

CALM #2 | Decomposition (2020)

José Bidegain (CL), Futuro Fósil (CL)

Thu Sep 10, 2020, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
All times are given in Central European Summer Time (CEST / UTC +2).
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in English and Spanish

Performative installation that reconfigures the value of the parts that constitute us as a living ecosystem. From the micro-political action of the arts and the organic macro of the fungi kingdom, this transmedial live experience uses sound to create new perspectives for physical and spatial perception.

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Decomposition – Bandera Blanca

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Decomposition – Enraizar

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Decomposition – Me Rindo A Tu Especie

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Decomposition – Tierra Arcilla

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Biography

José Bidegain
Barcelona based artist, designer, curator. His work questions how the humankind interacts with the ecosystem, emphasizing the non-binary and immaterial dimension of social behavior. The underestimation of the human body that takes place within hegemonic and patriarchal societies, has driven the artist to explore the possibilities of gender expression. All his work converges in the creation of his own platform for live/performance arts Especie Axial. www.especieaxial.co

Elisita Balbontín aka Futuro Fosil
Elisita Balbontín (Valdivia, Chile) is a musician, artist, and naturalist. Elisita Balbontíns latest music project with electronic sound machines that play around the idea of sound fossilization. Elisita is a valdivian-based musician, artist, and naturalist. Her work addresses a post futuristic version of life that intertwines with both urban experiences and wild nature spirituality. In visual arts, she brings rhythm and music into murals and compositions of color and forms with various techniques. www.soundcloud.com/fosil-126088438