When sound hits a solid object it vibrates. Even after sounds become inaudible, they still exist as effects produced on the objects in whom their waves continue to resonate, however faintly, however distantly in the past. Mexican author Juan Rulfo took this thought further. In his only book “Pedro Paramo” he describes a ghostly place where the past retells its stories through howling and echoing voices of former inhabitants. Two of the most capable conjurers of sound working today compose a specially devised piece for the concrete and metal of the Kraftwerk main hall, with scenographic design from MFO.


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