Gabriela Gordillo is a sound and visual artist. For Gordillo,sound is used as an extension of the senses connecting matter and mind, and thus part of a whole. She describes process of making „music“ or „sound art“ as a collateral effect of working with instruments, with a noisy or raw aesthetic bounded to their mechanisms. Her material varies from recordings, sampling, generative synthesis, electronics, the body and the act of listening, that blends in a personal imaginary.
Gabriela Gordillo held sound performance in July at the Haager Noisetage in Haag, Lower Austria. Soon after, we met in Linz, where we discussed her sound art practice, influences, female sound artists and her plans.
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17. September | 15:00 – 23:00 Uhr | Symposium und Feiern im Rahmen der WIENWOCHE – in Wien (genauere Adresse wird noch bekannt gegeben)
22. September| Feiern im Rahmen der WIENWOCHE – in Wien (genauere Adresse und Uhrzeit wird noch bekannt gegeben)
12. Oktober | 9:30 – 22 Uhr | Wissenslabor in Linz (genaue Adresse und Programm wird noch bekannt gegeben – siehe www.maiz.at)
Music: Gabriela Gordillo
Instructions to make time
The house (voice: Gabriela Gordillo and Onur Olgaç)
Desfase Set 2 (collaboration with Fernando Vigueras)
Desfase Set 1 (collaboration with Fernando Vigueras)
Foto (c): Florian Voggeneder