Artists from the Ears To See Residency cycle will hold a show in Pucón to explore the land through illustration and sound.
On December 13, in the hall of the Francisco Valdés Foundation, will be an art installation that records part of the creative process that emerged in the Ears To See residency cycle, carried out by the Swiss choreographer Lea Moro, the Chilean sound artist Andrés Bucci and the Chilean illustrator Rommy González.
This exhibition, carried out in the conservation area under private protection of Fundación Mar Adentro, Bosque Pehuén, in the Andean Araucanía, gives an account of some explorations within the framework of Ears To See, one of the latest works by the Swiss choreographer Lea Moro, who through dance-performance, invites young audiences to a participatory exploration with the ground by listening to the hidden details and the beings that are underground.
At the Ears To See residency, Lea Moro, together with Andrés Bucci and Rommy González, have continued their research on this project that explores the ground in multiple dimensions, and they have done so in two work spaces: the Center for Artistic Creation and Residence (NAVE) in Santiago and Bosque Pehuén.
To conclude these four weeks of research, the artists will exhibit part of their creative process and will carry out an activation around sound with the community of Pucón through an audiovisual-sound installation that collects recorded illustration, video and sound material.
The installation meeting is free and open to the public on Tuesday, December 13 in the Francisco Valdés Foundation in Pucón (Pedro de Valdivia 223-A). The opening of the exhibition room will be from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and the inauguration and activation of the sound mediation will be at 7:00 p.m.