Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson discusses their creative process.
About the speaker
RICARDO IAMUURI ROBINSON is a conceptual sound artist. His works attend the patterns and forms of sound and space, using deep listening techniques and reproduction technologies as creative methods for engaging sonic influences and reforming social self awareness. Ricardo Iamuuri is also an audiovisual artist and founder of the Sonarcheology art practice. A creative method merging improvisational listening with environmental archeology. His art attempts to re-listen to what he calls “the ancestry of sound.”
“The listener is always the composer.” ~Ricardo Iamuuri
Ricardo Iamuuri’s works have been featured in films: Children of Nan, by Alisha B. Wormsley Sustainability Pioneers, by Kirsi Jansa East of Liberty, by Chris Ivey The Rehabilitation Of The Hill, by Demetrius Wren
Ricardo Iamuuri’s live performances and sound installations: Mars is Underwater, at the Pittsburgh Gallery Crawl and Afronaut(a) 2.0 at Wagman Observatory 2015, A Brand New World: Kill The Artist, at The New Hazlett Theater 2016 Sound installations THE STEEL-FONICS, at The Carrie Furnaces National Historic Landmark 2015, GEM Way, The Garfield Looking Glass Project 2016, The People Are The Light, Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hillman Photography Initiative 2017, Civil Rights & Civil Wrongs, at The Mattress Factory 2018, Streaming Space, at Market Square Art Public Art 2019, What We Don’t Talk About, curated by Becky Slemmons, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, at 937 Gallery 2019.
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