The Rotonda della Besana is a late baroque building complex and former cemetery built between 1695 and 1732. The Rotonda encloses a public garden surrounded by a hectagon-shaped portico, a restaurant and exhibition space (MUBA), located near the city center of Milan.
We were invited by our friends MADAM (Many Atoms Develop a Mountain) and Video Sound Art festival to create an installation in a section of the rotonda.
Forte Sofia is a Austrian fortress built in 1838 that overlooks the city of Verona.
The Chiesa Di Santa Maria is a small Church located near Verona’s city center. We spent an hour exploring the space, taking pictures and collecting recordings.
Porta Vescovo was a gate designed and built in 1520 by Architect Teodoro Trivulzio. The structure is situated near the Porta Vescovo railway station.
We were invited by PATH Festival to perform in a small 50 meter long viaduct beside Porta Vescovo. The performance combined field recordings, horn and the inherent soundscape.
Forte Marghera is a historical military fortress in Mestre, 10 km from Venice, IT. We were invited by Live Arts Cultures as artists in residence at the C32 Gallery Space. During our stay we recorded Forte Marghera’s dynamic sonic environment and created a sound installation in an abandoned water tower.
Live Arts Cultures is an association based in Venice that organizes residencies, performances and promotes performing arts: particularly dance, music, performing arts and new technologies.
We created a soundscape combining horn, live electronics and recordings of crickets. The crickets were recorded outside of the warehouse which connected to the C32 Gallery Workspace. We performed with noise/experimental sound artist Alessandro Ragazzo in a vast warehouse space surrounded by candlelight.