Oswaldo Macia

Oswaldo Maciá


Oswaldo Macia’s works are explorations of the languages of sound and smell, which arise from journeys that translate into sculptures. Using supports such as drawing, video, or imagery, the sculptures occupy an invisible space that can be perceived intuitively through smells and sound. His olfactory and sound compositions seek to create an experience of the enveloping space.



Under the Horizon, 2011-19, sculpture Olfactory-acoustic. Image: courtesy.

The Opera of Cross-pollination, 2018, Olfactory-acoustic sculpture and ambisonics, composition 22.2.

Fables of the Wind, 2017, Acousmatic composition. Image: courtesy.