Play Mode is a series of three sculptures mounted on the wall, reduced to a minimum: two speakers, one PCB, and a cable each. They imitate an anthropomorphic silhouette, they have a threadlike anatomy, they hint at facial features, where the sense organs merge into a synesthetic and formal relationship. They invade the space with different soundscapes, with their own languages made of sampling errors, animal calls, electronic drones that are repeated and overlap obsessively into loops.
They rise and cling to the wall just as they release from it and surrender to the ground.
These figures are bound to be connotated differently at each new setup, according to new somatic features, immediately acquiring the ability to be deformed and vary, proper to an echo.