Sol Rezza

I face my work from two narrative approaches: the first one relays on the idea of time. To inquire about the various ways we humans understand and interpret time through our senses, starting from core questions on what we “perceive” and we “do not perceive”. Time defined not only as a physical phenomenon which we are all exposed to, but as a narrative structure that can be modified and altered to break down the notion of "temporary."

The second approach is related to the sound treatment of the piece. I try to challenge the listener highlighting undefined sounds and those we commonly call noise to make them also tell a story. In this regard I want to question the sensations produced by the long exposure to certain sounds and the sense of rhythm that can arise from this listening, the music and the play of order and disorder that appear unexpectedly in the sound story.

In this sense my working material is focused on the modification of self-recorded soundscapes and sound objects, which are the base of each piece. I subsequently merge this sound base with computer-generated virtual instruments without MIDI connection.

Shorts for Radio 3

“Old disembodied voices from another world without time, no space, no language.” Dedicated to archive.org; everything we do, once done, stops belonging to us. Time knows nothing about copyrights. http://shorts.panz4.com/

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The existence of the light IV

"All of our senses are a variety of touch. Therefore, since our soul cannot leave our inner self to go and touch the external objects, it needs for this objects to come and touch our soul, passing through our senses." http://light.radio-arte.com/

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The existence of the light I

"All of our senses are a variety of touch. Therefore, since our soul cannot leave our inner self to go and touch the external objects, it needs for this objects to come and touch our soul, passing through our senses." http://light.radio-arte.com/

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SPIT

"Schrödinger's cat never has the possibility of suicide, he only has ensured the uncertainty of life." http://spit.radio-arte.com/

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Preguntas

Preguntas. Soundscape: Municipal vivarium at Amecameca - Sol Rezza 2010

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Verdades Minúsculas

Verdades Minúsculas. A string moves and produces a vibration in the air. A drop of water falls and produces a vibration in the air. A dove flies and produces a vibration in the air. A caterpillar is born and produces a vibration in the air. An elephant dies and produces a vibration in the air. Voices|Voces: Sol Rezza – Daniel Iván

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Una luna roja para Momo

Una luna roja para MoMo. On December 20th 2010, Momo my cat died. The same day the moon dressed in red and the winter became colder. * December 20, 2010. Winter Solstice coincided with a total lunar eclipse for the first time in 456 years.

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Pluie de Soleil

"The rustiness of the days impending heaviness the walls are shed, moisture corrodes the soul and you do not stop feeling how difficult it is to move upstream, and at the same time, how difficult it is to stop moving". For the pieces on this album were used: -Analyzers and fractal sounds generators. -Virtual Instruments without a MIDI coneccion, only computer

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Sol Rezza (born April 7th 1982, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a sound artist, producer and sound jockey focused on the transformation of soundscpaes into strange sound narratives. Her works are developed from field recordings of her own, sound objects from nature recorded by the artist, vocal experimentation and computer generated virtual instruments used as sound modulators. Her pieces are noted for their unconventional way of working, achieving unique sound textures for each of her compositions through the layer modification of previously recorded sounds. The narrative and the constant play with the symbols of language is a fundamental point throughout his work.


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