cabosanroque 01 brVariations on a Haydn string quartet

cabosanroque, Laia Torrents Carulla and Roger Aixut Sampietro

A production of the Festival Panoràmic and Fundació Lluís Coromina


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Interactive installation

From 13th to 27th November 2021
Adoberia Ca l’Alier. Carrer Sant Francesc, 4. Vic

Opening on Friday 13th November, at 7 p.m.

Opening times: Wednesday to Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.


Exhibition of artworks drawn from the interactive installation

From 10/12/2021 to 9/1/2022
In the exhibition hall of the Casino de Vic

Opening: Friday 10th December at 7 p.m.

Opening times: Monday to Sunday, from 5.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.

Constructors of sound since 2001, they break through the boundaries, thanks to their sonic-mechanical artifacts. They explored the works of Joan Brossa (“No em va fer”) and of Jacint Verdaguer (“Dimonis”), and now of Haydn: collective destruction of a quartet suspended from the ceiling while the String Quartet No. 66 in G major, Opus 77 is playing. Fences, barricades and stones in an interactive installation that explores the positive meaning of destruction, that of changing the established order and generating the hope of freedom based upon the collective struggle. This is the basic idea of Sous les violons, la plage!

The idea is from cabosanroque, two sound artists who started out as a collective musical performance in 2001 in Barcelona. Straddling the visual arts, performing arts and experimental music, their work revolves around the performative capabilities of the machine, object and sound. These three strands of work and research have led them to the creation of a unique artistic narration, an easily identifiable and non-transferable language.

An activity co-organised by ACVIC. Centre d’Arts Contemporànies and the Ateneu de Vic.
Part of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of ACVIC.
With the collaboration of: Construcciones Ferrer, Fundació Lluís Coromina and Institució Puig Porret.

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