Posts Tagged ‘creolization’

Audiolfactory Creolization

August 7, 2013

Audiolfactory Creolization Note: the wooden sculpture on a pedestal is not part of this installation. Click on the picture to view a video of the installation “Audiolfactory Creolization” is an interactive installation which combines sounds with smells to reveal the complexity of creolized identities in Chicago. I started this project in 2009 by engaging in […]

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BlackXican Pozole

June 24, 2011

BlackXican Pozole all photos, courtesy Alberto Aguilar Gwenn-Aël LYNN and Hermes Santana (a chef from the neighbourhood of Pilsen in Chicago) teamed up to make and serve a pozole dinner in a performative way, emphasizing its olfactory dimension. Pozole is a traditional Mexican dish. In this case it reflected the hybridity of the chef who […]

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Racines… (jardin parlant)

December 22, 2010

Racines… (jardin parlant) roots… [a speaking garden] from Gwenn-Ael LYNN on Vimeo. An interactive sound enhanced winter garden. Foreigners, and nationals with experience abroad, recommended the plants constituting this installation. While in residence, I met with them and conducted interviews discussing the metaphor of roots, as pertaining to one’s origins. During the exhibition, abstracts from […]

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