Rafaël is one of Europe’s most highly regarded visual artists.
He has performed in festivals, museums and cultural institutions throughout Europe, America and Asia.
His work can best be describe as Live Cinema– a confluence of video, conceptual art, and experimental music,
all composed and interpreted before live audiences.
The performance is titled, ” Plastic Material: The Flattening of Raindrops”.
Rafael’s realization that Julio Cortázar had never been translated into Korean formed the conceptual axis of the performance.
What gets lost in the translation of a literary work, the differences between languages and cultures and everything may hidden between the lines of translation.
Experimental live music, scratch, appliances, sounds de-constructions, noise & effects….
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