The exhibition REPLAY has works by Nelo Vinuesa and Bimotor (team formed by him and Samuel Ortí. These are diverse pieces including paintings, assemblies and installations, one of them, created in the Foundation’s exhibition room.
Its name is “Cerezales’ echoes” and it was built during the days before the opening. It is a egg-shaped volume with a button by which it plays the quote “Cerezales’ echoes in Morse code.
The sound is metaphorically projected on the wall through an assembly made of several materials: paint, wood and vinyl creating a sound landscape of Cerezales.
Through this time-lapse you can see the whole creative process:
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