43.5 x 13 cm
Acrylic, electronic components, aluminium
Quite a while ago, objects started to speak. With time, they grew smarter. They now have a rich vocabulary. They think and dream. Electronic brainwaves, organic signals, bluetooth monologues and wireless fantasy. They talk, exchange opinions, and sometimes argue. The 'Electroprobe' is a device for listening in on our electronic surroundings; electric babblings, magnetic hums and inaudible whistles. A magnetic microphone for a parallel soundscape, the ‘Electroprobe’ explores our relation to what we perceive as inanimate objects revealing a secret world order.
'The Space In Between Now and Then'
Curated by Natalie Kovacs and Cristobal Riestra
24 Nov 2011 - 24 Feb 2012
The 'Electroprobe' has been exhibited along with custom-built eletronic soundscapes.
ELECTROPROBE INSTALLATION 4 ('Still Life With Timer')
Curated by the Contemporary Art Society
30 Nov 2010 - 5 Jan 2011
ELECTROPROBE INSTALLATION 3 ('Gijón Magnética')
Curated by Roberto Feo and Rosario Hurtado
Laboral Centro de Arte Creación Industrial
9 Oct, 2008 - 9 Apr, 2009
ELECTROPROBE INSTALLATION 2 ('Magnetic Guangzhou')
'Get It Louder'
Curated by Emily Campell, British Council China
British Council Touring Exhibition
Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou
23 Jun - 1 Sep, 2007
ELECTROPROBE INSTALLATION 1 ('Shit I forgot the ipod')
'Ron Arad, The Masters Selection'
Group exhibition curated by Ron Arad
Ausstellungshalle fur Zeitgenössische Kunst
16. September - 28. October 2005.