Miguel Kuan Bahamón is Professional in Fine Arts at the National University of Colombia.
This is a sound instalation developed with electronic and mechanical devices, analogous programming and recently-found materials. It’s core functioning simulates a wet tropical forest, which is formed with: textures made with shadows, lights and sounds. For example, you may hear the sounds made by insects reproduced with the friction of engines and small tins.
This configuration, which is exhibited from a module that extends through the dark space where it is located, makes a contrast between a “natural” environment in which many different sound and visual events happen, and a structure and shapes that exhibit assembled elements that we may recognise as inorganic rubbish.
It activates from different movement sensors and push buttons.