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RECYCLED LANGUAGE SPEECH
Recycled Language Speech is a performance by liCuadora duo that produces an improvised discourse using different books. It begins with a random reading of phrases and words and slowly it starts to turn into a SOUNDSCAPE that is amplified in real time. In parallel, the artists create a FANZINE in which they filter and capture what they hear (without looking for a logical meaning) and present it as a support of the constructed discourse. The performance plays with the arbitrary and random connection between elements and creates a book that “apparently” lacks of meaning.
Technical description: Sound and book action.
Year of realization: 2019 y 2020.
Vol 1. Vol 2.
> Fotos de algunas performances
> Performance carried out at Juan Rulfo bookstore in Madrid (2019).
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