Nicole L’Huillier


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Affiliation(s):


  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology , School of Architecture and Planning , Research Assistant

Location:


  • Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America

Bio:

  • Nicole L’Huillier is a Chilean interdisciplinary artist, musician and architect based in Boston. She works at the MIT Media Lab as a researcher in the Opera of The Future group. Her work explores spatial experience, perception and the relationship between sound and space.


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Writings and Presentations:


  • Title: Diastrophisms: Visual and Sound Assembly in Remembrance of an Earthquake
    Writing Type: Paper
    Author(s):
    Exhibition: SIGGRAPH 2018: Original Narratives
    Abstract Summary:

    Diastrophisms is a sound installation with a modular system that sends images through rhythmic patterns. It is built on a set of debris from the Alto Río building that was destroyed by the 27F earthquake in 2010 in Chile. Diastrophisms explores poetical, critical and political crossings between technology and matter in order to raise questions about the relationship between human beings and nature, to consider the construction of memory in a community by questioning the notion of monument, and to imagine new forms of communication in times of crisis.


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