Pablo A. Padilla Jargstorf




• Threshold #1
Galería Off-Limits. In-Sonora VII. Madrid, March 2012.

One space crossed by an acoustic threshold. A white barrier, a black tunnel that works as link and as a division at the same time. Two spaces in the same space appear.

As we enter the main room, we perceive a second zone from the first one, but there's no visual connection. There's a sonic transition between them that produces a spatial disengagement. A corridor with a disfigured acoustic response guides us to another place.

The distorted resonance inside the threshold dismembers the gallery in two pieces.



© Pablo A. Padilla Jargstorf




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