During the Ghetto Biennale 2017 in Port-au-Prince, The Montesinos Foundation and her accomplices have constructed a huge mobile sound system, proudly composed of used tires as the central eye-catching detail. When it comes to “upcycling”, one of the first things that immediately come to mind are used tires. This giant loudspeaker driving around town on a […]
Arm-Wrestling tournament co-produced by Klat. The central piece is a custom professional arm-wrestling standing bench covered in black leather and golden studs to maximize the ceremonious aspect of this tournament. The crowd, cheering and screaming is mainly composed of well-known swiss artists engaging themselves recklessly into face-to-face combats to win a few original prizes. Public […]
A limousine driving through Geneva’s banking district carrying an invisible guru speaking to the population through loudspeakers diffusing recipes to reach success and victory through mental training. Sonic performance in the city, curated by FCDAV, Geneva. Soundtrack by LNA & Plastique de Rêve. SOUND OF THE SYSTEM – Elena Montesinos SOUND OF THE SYSTEM – Elena […]
Generation X is a sonic sculpture soundsystem presented in Paris in september 2008. The Marshall amps can be modulated in different shapes. This is the White Trash version, shaped like an X and installed at the back of the Delorean car / Galerie J Paris. The soundtrack featuring Sidney Stucki and Living Dead Boys is a […]
Two DJ’s disguised as two dead rocking ghosts, spinning the spookiest records all over Europe and abroad. THE PARANORMALS – Two DJ’s disguised as two dead rocking ghosts THE PARANORMALS – Two DJ’s disguised as two dead rocking ghosts THE PARANORMALS – Two DJ’s disguised as two dead rocking ghosts THE PARANORMALS – Two DJ’s […]
Wireless headphones displaying homemade psycho-active soundtracks interferring with the artworks usually shown at the Museum.
The video from this event is entirely reversed to increase the grotesque-satanic effect. Air Guitar gig organized by the artist at l’Usine, Geneva, 2000.
The giant broken UN record video spins endlessly displaying a robotized version of the Declaration of Human Rights. The public can sing it along with a squeeking tiny voice filtered through a voice-transformer. Interactive karaoke installation at UNHCR, curated by FCDAV, Geneva 1999. HUMAN RIGHTS KARAOKE – Elena Montesinos