THREE ALTERNATING ELECTRICAL CURRENTS PRODUCING A PHASE LAG
EL TRIÁNGULO: THREE ALTERNATING ELECTRICAL CURRENTS PRODUCING A PHASE LAG
MONDAY 10 JUNE
7:00 — 20:00 / Intensity: starts at 17:30 at CA2M
The Triangle activates the street for the second year running, from the three buildings (Rodolfo Halffter Conservatory, Beato Simón de Rojas School and CA2M) at the corners of the triangle. On the final day of the project we’ll bring together the groups from the conservatory, the three classes in second year of primary school, and the amateur choir and will try, in every way possible, to create a phase lag.
We invite everyone to join this phase lag. Babbling, clicking our tongues, looking for the electrical click that can turn on the city lights. We are gathering ideas. We don’t know how to, but we want to: use many plastic tubes to carry sound as far as possible; take a wheeled piano out into the street so as to play an invented sonata in motion; discover the city’s forms and architectures through the echo of our voice… We have also realised that you can see the conservatory and the school from the museum’s rooftop, and we imagine ourselves shooting an arrow with a string tied to empty yogurt tubs to communicate among ourselves like we did when we were children.
Come on in, enter The Triangle, sharpen your senses, let yourself go in three-phase mode, let the fuses blow!
Three alternating electric currents generating a phase lag is a twelve-hour event, with a rise in tension/intensity during the final two hours.