January 12, 5-8pm
107 Suffolk St, Studio #406, NYC
EMBAJADA 406 in partnership with Artists Alliance Inc. (AAI) and
Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center (The Clemente)
Adorno’s work resides at the intersection of art, technology, and the physics of sound. During her month-long residency at Clemente, Adorno created a sound sculpture based on the concept of hydrophonic background noise–underwater noise of anthropogenic origins. She also experimented with the physical structure of the studio space through an ongoing series titled Spaces Speak in which she amplifies sounds generated by the vibrations of the walls and windows of the spaces she works in. This iteration of the piece is called: Spaces Speak: 406 Clemente.
Rebecca Adorno (b. 1985) lives and works between New York and Puerto Rico. She received a BS in Electrical Engineering and a BA in Fine Art from the University of Puerto Rico. Adorno received an MFA in Computer Arts from the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in New York. She has been exhibiting in group shows in Puerto Rico since 2006 including at Museo de Arte de Ponce, Ponce, Puerto Rico (2008), Embajada, San Juan, Puerto Rico (2018) El Lobi, San Juan, Puerto Rico (2018) and most recently in Chicago at Produce Model Gallery (2018). Adorno has had solo shows at Eastern Bloc. Montréal, QC (2011) and Espacio Diagonal, Santurce, Puerto Rico (2018). Adorno is a film and documentary video editor and was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Picture Editing for the documentary Fighting ISIS, VICE (2016)