“Inquietar” is a set
of eleven audiovisual installations, one of them interactive.
Through the logarithms of the program that executes the images
and sounds, the user can experience the bright intensity changes
of the texture projected, creating variations of light which contrast
with the variations of the sounds, emitted by the loudspeakers around
the exhibition space. These sounds don’t have any correlation
with the bright intensity of the images, the successive changes
of tone, timbre and intensity are independent from the visual elements.
The experience of these installations generates restlessness as
a result of compare two contexts with different aesthetics. On the
one hand, we experience the calm that transmits the visual part,
which some times should be hypnotic. Also, it generates confusion
as a consequence of its abstract aesthetics, feeling uncertainty
in front of something unknown.
This visual aesthetic contrasts with the disquiet sound that causes
distress and uneasiness.
The user is the link of these two
realities so different at one only space, being the bridge who generates
the dialog between them, being active part in the experience of
these installations, comparing them, creating the space and the
context of uneasiness that causes the experience of “Inquietar”.
The interaction is not through any interface, not modifying the
projected images or the emitted sounds. The user interacts through
the experience by being there with the visual and sound variations,
thanks of the logarithms executed by the program. The results are
three mediation sources: the sonorous, the visual and the user.
The user can dialog with the fear, with the insecurity, originating
an ambient, an experience of restlessness.
Experience “Inquietar” break the peace of inertia of
each day, generating a change process, mixing hope and uncertainty
at the same time.
To experience these set of installations is insist on the restlessness
that generates to live.