An acoustic installation - sound speakers placed on a beach - replaces the ocean which has disappeared. The sound of waves once heard there is broadcast by the speakers in an infinite loop. The sea, digitized, amplified, has become a saturated wave, a data flow, an emitting signal.
Charles Cadic, born in 1991, has received a diploma from La Cambre, Brussels, Urban Space section (2013) and from the Beaux-Arts in Paris (2018). He has also studied at the Glasgow School of Art (in Environmental Art). His practice is located at the intersection of sculpture, video, and installation but also photography, action in public space, architecture, and sound.
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