Crowd is an installation designed as a dark and empty space where people is allowed to walk freely with no specific direction or purpose.
Using individual audio equipments (often used for simultaneous translations), each visitor had an individual receptor that allowed him/her to alternate between 4 separate channels at any time. Each channel transmitted a different audio track: a soliloquy, dialogs between the members of a family, political speeches and the amplified sound of the visitors footsteps on the exhibition's floor.
The installation addresses issues of individuality, identity, social dialog and isolation in the context of an anonymous crowd that comes together and dissipates after the exhibition event.
It was presented at C.H.E.L.A, Centro Hipermediático Experimental Latinoamericano (an old asbestos factory transformed into a cultural center in the city of Buenos Aires).
Crowd was made in collaboration with Juan Pablo Feralt and Gabriel Rud.