Luis Lecea Romera

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An Orderly Noise


An Orderly Noise is a series of multichannel spatial sound installations developed in collaboration with artist Claire Matthews. Based on field recordings taken from the COVRA nuclear waste disposal facility in Borselle, Zeeland, the pieces examine the architecture of the space nuclear waste in decay, and the back-end infrastructure keeping the operational at work.





An Orderly Noise No.2

2022

spatial sound installation, 5-channel audio, 16’29’’






No.2 arranges a linear site-specific installation, the piece develops as a sonic collision of two architectures in decay. resonates the Borssele nuclear power plant within the 50m long corridor at the basement of the old telephone house of Amsterdam. The piece integrates pre-existing sound and specific resonances of the space in which it intervenes, blending and expanding an archaeoacoustic condition, and blurring notions of transmission, emission, and reception




Supported by and exhibited at Laurel Project Space, Amsterdam, NL

Technical consultancy and coding: Oscar van Leest








Photography: Claire Mathews



An Orderly Noise No.1

2021

spatial sound installation, 8-channel audio, 4’37’’
 



The project was made possible through participation in Sound Ecologies Lab which examined interactions between industry, engineering and ecology as a part of FIBER’s project Reassemble.

Presented at Veem House for Performance, Amsterdam, NL





Photography: Mark IJzerman

With the aim to reduce energy consumption and display artwork
more sustainably, this website is designed with black backgrounds,
system typefaces, and dithered images.



With the aim to reduce energy consumption and display artwork more sustainably, this website is designed with black backgrounds, system typefaces and dithered images.