Curator Maike Aden talks about ‘Disonata’ at Museo Reina Sofia


, Jan 29, 2021
Jean Tinguely, Radio Skulptur, 1962
Jean Tinguely, Radio Skulptur, 1962. Credit: Joaquin Cortés / Román Lores / Museo Reina Sofia


In a comprehensive new exhibition, Museo Reina Sofia brings together a series of objects which play a role in the development of sonic elements in art. Disonata presents a historical perspective on a subject which is still very much developing in today’s atmosphere. With an alive and evolving relationship between music and art unfolding continuously, tracking the introduction of aural ingredients into the landscape of art becomes a rather constructive conversation to have.

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