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Pamela Breda

http://cargocollective.com/Pamela-Breda

Calle Nuova San Simeon, Venice, Italy
Born in 1982, in Vittorio Veneto (Italy). Lives and Works in Venice. In 2012 she received her MA in Visual Arts from IUAV University, Italy. Her work has been exhibited in international venues in Venice, London, Santander, Salzburg, Trondheim, and in institutions such as Karlsruhe Kunsthalle, Fondation Francois Schneider, La Casa Encendida, Fondation Botin, Fondation Bevilacqua La Masa and Venice Architecture Biennal, Moscow Biennale of Young Art.

Inherent Structure


Music From Plants

Inherent Structure


Music From Plants
Plants producing music in urban spaces, public and indoor garden.

This idea presupposes a new and original approach to living system such as plants and flowers to be found in every urban and private architectural space, within buildings or in their close proximity. The project was first presented in 2016 during a residency at Tartu Botanical Garden (Estonia). It’s formed by electric cables, resistences, an arudino software, a computer and speakers, A specific electric machine is created in order to catch the inner vibrations produced by plants drinking water. This breathing rythm is transformed into music diffused inside the designated space - a greenhouse, a public or private garden. While entering, the public can hear the plants breathing. The installation is totally non-invasive towards the plants, and enables to literally give voices to green areas we are used to perceive as rather static and silent. Furthermore, the technical apparatus can be reproduced in many copies and applied in any kind of space, small or big.



Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Inherent Structure


Music From Plants

Inherent Structure


Music From Plants
Plants producing music in urban spaces, public and indoor garden.

This idea presupposes a new and original approach to living system such as plants and flowers to be found in every urban and private architectural space, within buildings or in their close proximity. The project was first presented in 2016 during a residency at Tartu Botanical Garden (Estonia). It’s formed by electric cables, resistences, an arudino software, a computer and speakers, A specific electric machine is created in order to catch the inner vibrations produced by plants drinking water. This breathing rythm is transformed into music diffused inside the designated space - a greenhouse, a public or private garden. While entering, the public can hear the plants breathing. The installation is totally non-invasive towards the plants, and enables to literally give voices to green areas we are used to perceive as rather static and silent. Furthermore, the technical apparatus can be reproduced in many copies and applied in any kind of space, small or big.



Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia

Installation Detail, Tartu Botanical Garden, Estonia


Idea by

Pamela Breda
Calle Nuova San Simeon
Venice
Italy
Born in 1982, in Vittorio Veneto (Italy). Lives and Works in Venice. In 2012 she received her MA in Visual Arts from IUAV University, Italy. Her work has been exhibited in international venues in Venice, London, Santander, Salzburg, Trondheim, and in institutions such as Karlsruhe Kunsthalle, Fondation Francois Schneider, La Casa Encendida, Fondation Botin, Fondation Bevilacqua La Masa and Venice Architecture Biennal, Moscow Biennale of Young Art.