Sound and visual elements forge an intricate relationship. At times, they align with the visual image, while at other times, they arise as expressions emerging from it in our minds. This interplay blurs the boundaries between image and sound, creating a sense of uncertainty that challenges our perception and prompts us to question the sources of these sounds.
It invites us to contemplate whether the sounds truly emanate from the image itself or if we construct the associations within our own imagination, highlighting the rhizomatic nature of perception and the multiplicity of potential interpretations. Is there a true source? Can the event or its archive be truer than the creation of an association in our mind evoked by an audiovisual event? I by no means intend to answer these questions, but rather let them resonate within me and throughout the work.