Room 104.09 J.L. Alexanco and Luis de Pablo Soledad interrumpida, 1971

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This piece was dubbed by its creators a “plastic sound” work, and it is the result of close collaboration between the composer Luis de Pablo (1930) and the artist José Luis Alexanco (1942), which could be interpreted as a confluence of the experimentations at ALEA, an electric-acoustic music laboratory directed by Luis de Pablo, and those at the Madrid University Computer Centre, of which Alexanco was one of the main driving forces and representatives. This collaboration also planted the seeds of what were known as the Encuentros de Pamplona in 1972, since both artists were among its organizers and ideological intellectuals.