Mario De Vega – Thermal. Lacquer Cut By – Hervé de Kéroullas. Mastered By – Yann Leguay. Photography By – Kimberly Bianca. Recorded By – Noid (tracks: A), Victor Mazon (tracks: B). Text By – Erik Minkkinen.
MARIO DE VEGA (Mexico City, 1979) : De Vega constructs systems and situations that investigate connections between the living and the inert, exploring space and time in terms of both performance and history. In 2013, in the former headquarters of the Spanish Inquisition in Mexico City, he simulated the phenomena of natural vibration using the frequency resonance of the space.
Photo: Mario de Vega. Courtesy of the artist. Vulnerability, molecular irritation, high frequency reception, and electromagnetic activity amplification – Central to this event is the modification of the molecular composition of different materials through microwaves. During the process, electromagnetic activity and high frequency fluctuations produced by the manipulation of microwaves are amplified and exhibited as a monolithic structure.
These themes are at the core of this audio-visual event in which microwaves are used to modify the molecular composition of different materials
Mario Vega(born 1958) is a christian pentecostal pastor, leader of the Mision Cristiana Elim Internacional, a megachurch in San Salvador, El Salvador. He was married to Cecilia de Vega, with whom has a son. Mario Vega was born in San Salvador, El Salvador, in 1958. He is brought up in a respectful Catholic family. On January 19, 1975, at 17, he visited, for the first time, an evangelical church, La Peña de Horeb in Soyapango, with his cousin
- Recorded At – Kleylehof
- Design – J.B. Parré*
- Interviewer – Régine Debatty
- Lacquer Cut By – Hervé de Kéroullas
- Mastered By – Yann Leguay
- Photography By – Kimberly Bianca
- Recorded By – Noid (tracks: A), Victor Mazon (tracks: B)
- Text By – Erik Minkkinen
NotesLimited edition of 230 copies
Side A Recorded at Kleylehof, Austria. 2011
Side B Recorded at Moscow, Russia, 2010
Microvaved chromolux covers