The Diluted Hours, N 66°50.629’ – W162°34.798’

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Since Magali Daniaux and Cédric Pigot met in 2001, their joint work bears the dual hallmark of experimentation and performance. Pieces bring together various media, associating elements from opposite ranges, with a taste for connections between Sci-Fi and documentary forms, high-tech engineering and fantasy tales, heavyweight materials and fleeting sensations. Read more

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Pressed vinyl record with the ashes of a wood fire lit in Kotzebue , Alaska. Location N 66 ° 50,629’- W162 ° 34798’ . Signed and numbered 1 to 50.

« The Diluted Hours » is an artistic project by Magali Daniaux and Cédric Pigot that brings together multiple media (performance, poetry, photography, recorded sound, and video) to encode a unique biomaterial trace—in their words, an « archeological anomaly », as both geological and musical record. The centerpiece of « The Diluted Hours » is a vinyl record with nearly 30 minutes of original music and spoken poetry, and which is pressed with the ashes of a batch of logs the duo shipped to Kotzebue, Alaska, and then burned. Each record is an unique piece.

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Weight 0.200 kg
Dimensions 31 x 0.5 x 31 cm

Magali Daniaux and Cédric Pigot






Vinyl record


Original artwork

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