During a working process made with visually impaired and blind people, we imagined the possible cities based on sound.
Here we present the daily sounds they chose, their memories and dreams. Some of these sounds where heard on the pedestrian signals at Madero street on November 2016. This installation offers visitors the chance to compose their city, as those who inhabit it guided through the ears.
With: Abigail Maite Zavala Rosas, Alejandro Amado Romualdo, Esau Daniel Montes Cornelio, Ismael Vivero Monroy, Joel Oliva, Maricarmen Grau, Miguel Ángel Nava Jiménez, Monica Crisostomo Moctezuma, Octavio Baez Salgado, Pedro Waldo López, Ruben Álvarez Trejo.
In collaboration with: Adriana Santiago y Vania Rocha
Electronic design: Cecilia Sanchez Nava
Electronic adaptation for Casa de Francia: Sara Lana
Video: Miguel Miguel Ángel García “Ruta 3000” (Miikegarciac@gmail.com 5529638347)
Pictures: Miguel Ángel García Colin, Ana Cecilia Medina, Sofía Diana García Osorio
Thanks to: Daniel Godínez Nivón, Carlos F. Aguilar Gonzales, Edith Herrera Romero, Hector Rogel Fragoso, Pati Vázquez Ortega,
Exhibitions: Casa de Francia (Mexico City; March-August 2017); Alliance Française Guadalajara (October 2017); Escuela de Arquitectura de Tijuana (November-December 2017); Museo de la Ciudad de Cuernavaca (April 2018); Facultad del Habitat de la Universad Autonoma de San Luis Potosí (May 2018); Campeche (August 2018); Zacatecas (December 2018)
Project realized in Mexico City in 2017.