Spektrum by Juan Perno (Concept & Video ) and Mauro Bezdomnyj Maraschi (Sound, Music). Video and Soundtrack, in fact, run on two parallel but independent binaries of a de-costructive search, that are not
altered by the interaction between images and sound. On one hand, the images of a photographic
set during a work session of the artist Bernardo Tejeda for 'Epígone' series with the dancer Santiago de la Fuente are transformed in an hallucinated performance of spectral figures.
No modification has been made to the original shootings, if not obviously in terms of editing:
this way,the perceptive experience of a flâneur, who uses the camera as a prothesis of his own body,
is conveyed unaltered.
On the other hand,the soundtrack is a hymn to the genetic manipulation, to the transgenic listening, to the fragmentation of the very process of auditive perception.
Through the enucleation of single sound events of existing tracks and the acquisition of as many phonic incidents, noises and interferences, the anti-melody is generated out of thin air, as if it was an accidental coagulum of debrises that, eventually, results in a more mathematical configuration than the caos that has created it. In both parts, the authors have tried to maintain the original skeletons, but coating them with the same conceptual epidermis.