Rebecca Adorno, "The Infinity of Being Invisible"

The Infinity of Being Invisible arose from the act of mass demonstration, specifically the image of tear gas being thrown to masses of protestants and these, scattering to disappear from the area. For a few seconds there is a moment of emptiness, smoke, and semi silence…the idea is to reconstruct this moment of emptiness and almost silence where the tear gas begins to disperse as the demonstrators leave the place.

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Rebecca Adorno is a New York based Installation Artist and Emmy Nominated Video Editor born and raised in Puerto Rico. Her installations explore the deconstruction of linear narratives and space awareness by means of sound. Adorno has exhibited her work in Puerto Rico, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Montreal and New York, among others, and is part of the Museum of Art of Ponceʼs permanent collection.
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