233 hours of listening



233 hours of listening (Or when I'm sleeping, I'm still listening) is a sound work made with several recordings from the same spot. The recordings were made during one month artist-in-residence at The Landscape Observatory in Olot (Spain). During my residence I recorded the sound of my sleeping time each night, every night. All these sounds of my (ethereal) listening during this month residence were recorded. Afterwards, I used them to make this sound piece with ultra-altered recordings.

1 looped track with 2 hours and 33 min. (2015) Ultra-limited edition of one copy of an engraved Apple iPod shuffle Silver (3rd Generation). Ethereal way of listening is recommended. Sold out!.


As sound installation in SILO, Berlin during the FASE (2015) and as streaming by radioCona & curated by Elena Biserna (2017).

Many thanks to Raquel Rivera, Julieta Benito, Silo, Montse Vila, Gemma Bretcha and everybody at The Landscape Observatory.


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This work is part of Anthropological Repertoire Of Vulnerabilities Series.