δυω is a aerial, cognitive and geological immersion.
Next week along Ibleo seaboard, in Modica, Sicily, we’re starting a sonic, ‘augmented awareness’ path which will lead to the institution of a shelter out of soil, meant for the coast-to-coast broadcasting and radio outposts. With the cooperation of ‘Ossigeno’ (Saori d’Alessandro, Ilenia Berra), Luca Garino, Valeria Cavinato and Barbara Nardacchione.
δυω è un’immersione aerea, geologica e cognitiva.
La settimana prossima sul litorale Ibleo di Modica iniziamo un percorso sonico e ‘diversamente cosciente’ che porterá alla costruzione di un rifugio per trasmissioni coast-to-coast e avamposti radiofonici. Con la collaborazione di ‘Ossigeno’ (Saori d’Alessandro, Ilenia Berra), Luca Garino, Valeria Cavinato and Barbara Nardacchione.
δυω (first outpost), a project of mine in collaboration with architect Valeria Cavinato and Barbara Nardacchione, won the Moroso Concept Award, curated by Andrea Bruciati.
More info about the project developement soon.
Ultradiana goes on a small tour through indipendent art and music places between november and december.
Different places different resolutions, timings, settings.
Here the program:
November, 24th: Base (Florence) _ 3 hours sound performance + residual listening sculpture on view until november 30th
November, 26th: Bunker (Turin) with Villa Recordings crew _ live set
December, 10th: Localedue (Bologna)_6 hours sound performance
December, 13th: Careof (Milan) _ 3 hours sound performance + residual listening sculpture on view until december 23rd
15/10/16 _ Finally, after many sunrises of mixing and overdubbing, i’ll perform Ultradiana_I, a first 12 hours batch of magnetic recordings for voices and electronic treatments based upon cyclic ritual rhytms.
The first recording location was the underground parking lot of Villa Borghese, projected by the architect Luigi Moretti in 1966.
The impro vocals were performed, once again, by the wonderful Letizia Fiorenza and Carlotta Martina Crapes.
On listening on Saturday, October 15th, from midday to midnight at Fondazione Memmo, Rome.
Thanks to Francesco Demichelis, which took a series of beautiful optical bench photos of the parking lot architecture, and to Fondazione Memmo for the production of the performance.