Alberto Ruiz Soler
How would music that was played 165 years ago, and has since been bouncing of the walls but it is still audible, sound today?
Trio uses Mendelssohn's Piano trio no1 as a base to develop a sonic world where the sound is reordering and re-encountering itself in an infinite loop.
Special thanks to:
George Cooke (Cello & Music adviser)
Henry Chandler (Violin)
Stephanie Onggowinoto (Piano)
School of Communication
MA Information Experience Design, 2015
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Alberto Ruiz Soler is a sound artist and composer. He specialised in contemporary dance, where he has been working with choreographers in London, Madrid and Budapest and toured his work around Europe and USA. During his time at the RCA, Alberto has been expanding his field of work into animation and sound installations.
Alberto's research is based on phenomenology of listening and how each listener organises and analyses his/her sonic environment. With his works, he plays with the idea of pushing people outside of their listener's comfort zone, and the absurdity of this.
- BA (Hons) Sound Art & Design, London College of Communication, 2009
- Composer, London, 2015; Co-creator & performer, Scotland, 2013–14; Sound artist, London, 2014; Composer, Aerowaves Priority, London, 2015; Composer, London, 2012; Composer, Spain, 2012
- 'ERIS-2000' in InVisible Culture, Issue 23, 2015