ENG// The Unifiedfield is an independent art space and artist-run organization focusing on the experimental aspects of sound, video and performance art. It previously occupied a traditional complex amongst rice fields in Yogyakarta (Indonesia), subsequently moving into a cave in Granada (Spain) before settling in an antique building nestled in Granada’s historic Moorish quarters, the Albayzín, where it currently runs an artist residency. In 2013 The Unifiedfield initiated its Nomadic Artist-in-Residence Program in The Philippines and it is planning to establish a permanent residency in Siargao island any time soon.

ES// The Unifiedfield / el campo unificado es un colectivo de artistas autogestionado y espacio artístico independiente centrado en los aspectos experimentales del sonido, el vídeo y el arte de performance. The Unifiedfield instaló su primera sede en un complejo tradicional rodeado de arrozales en Yogyakarta (Indonesia); posteriormente se trasladó a una cueva en Granada (España), para finalmente establecerse en un antiguo edificio ubicado en el barrio histórico del Albayzín donde en la actualidad se está llevando a cabo una residencia artística. En 2013 The Unifiedfield inició un programa nómada de artistas en residencia en Filipinas y en breve establecerá una residencia permanente en la isla de Siargao.

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24th July 2014, 21.00 h: artist talk + performative sound / light installation


Kristina Guison is a Filipino-Canadian artist, currently based in Toronto. The subject matter of her works revolve around the personal, psychological, socio-cultural and political impacts and drives that constitute our perception of presence and absence in the heavily globalized and precarious, 21st century landscape. She explores the state of “fragmented existence” through her light/sound installations and project experimentations on the mechanics of scientific and musical instruments.

The scope of her educational background and practice intersects between commercial, fine arts and community-based art. She has been heavily involved in the Filipino-Canadian art community since 2009 by being involved in the Kapisanan Philippine arts and culture centre as a program participant, workshop facilitator, program coordinator, board member and resident artist in 2011. She had participated in artist residencies with Kapisanan Philippine Arts and Culture Centre (non-profit organization based in Toronto), Carlos Celdran (a cultural/political activist and artist based in Manila) and The Unifiedfield (an independent, artist-run organization based in Granada) over the past recent years. In 2012, she conducted a cultural-immersion and experimental research on the traditional tattooing culture in Southeast Asia (The Philippines, Malaysian Borneo, Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia).

Currently a 3rd year student in OCAD U (Ontario College of Art and Design University) in Toronto, she continues to address, and to a great extent, celebrate the “state-of-fragmented-existence-in-the-state-of-constant-fragmentation” through experiential works that amalgamate the traditional, esoteric and cultural with the scientific, digital and mechanical.

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TRANSDUCTION is a process of “leading across”; a process of conversion, transportation, alteration. Transducers are devices that convert signals; energies are transformed from one kind into another. The presence in motion is altered; the thing that leaves is not the same thing that arrives. Points of origin and destination do not remain as they are, the moment one departs from and lands on them. What one consciously and unconsciously keeps and loses, stays with and misses, remembers and forgets, moves towards to and moves away from, shapes our form and determines our trajectories.

The tangible and intangible forms that produce or are produced within a process of transduction are the main points of focus for the immersion/research component of the project. The light and sound produced by musical instruments, metal/wood shop tools and machines and other devices that serve as transducers are to be collected, interpreted and arranged in an installation of synchronized sound, light and motion.

The project is an amalgamation of the audio-visual field recordings/fragments collected in 2012 during the artist’s experimental research on the traditional tattooing culture in Southeast Asia, in 2013 during the Nomadic artist-in-residence Reverb project with The Unifiedfield across the Philippines, in the fall of 2012 and winter of 2013 in Ontario College of Art and Design University campus in Toronto and in July 2014 during The Unifiedfield Artist-in-Residence program in Granada, Spain

The recordings will be combined with found objects in the city and turned into an interactive, experiential installation/performance of the combined artifacts (tangible and intangible, present and absent) as they are activated, projected, amplified, magnified, collected, created and experienced simultaneously.


The Unifiedfield is Marta Moreno Muñoz and Tara Transitory.

The Unifiedfield experimental art space. Carrera del Darro, 15, 2 dcha. Granada.