What inspired you to do this?
I have a postgraduate degree in psychology of music, And I worked as a puppeteer. A few years ago we did a show generating sound and images from the stories of the spectators dreams That's where the name "Máquina Onírica" (dream machine) came from.
Kachivachero is the name given to the person who collects old and discarded things through the streets of argentinian towns.(Useless things are called "cachivaches")
How long did it take to make it?
All the time of the pandemic quarantine (2020-2021)
How long have you been doing things like this?
Music: All my life. Diy instruments since 2018
How much did this cost to do?
Money: I only bought the instruments strings.
All the rest are objects that have been discarded, that I have found in my house or on the street.
Have you done other things like this?
I have been working for many years with the theater of objects and puppets. I also compose music for theater and dance shows. I suppose that these DIY instruments were born from the crossing of these experiences
What did you wish you knew before you started this?
Technical aspects to measure frequencies and tune in instruments
Diy visuals, to complete the show with an analogic vj set.
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