these tracksevolved in an exploration of SuperCollider and its apparently limitless possibilities, as filtered through my own modest ability to exploit them. Basic motifs where laid down using stochastic processes and granular synthesis in mincing through a variety of field recordings, whose subject matter was seen as arbitrary and thus an unimportant consideration. At a later stage, various tracks consisting of found materials were layered on to hint at some dramatic or emotional impulse, lest the results languor in an arid academic state. I don’t know whether or not that was entirely successful. A wise man once said: a work of art is never finished, it is merely abandoned. requiescat.
Versione integrale del documentario Hanno paura di me! Sanno che sono Punk e che vengo da Canaletto su Gianluca Lerici, il Prof. Bad Trip. Documentario di Andrea Castagna e Carmine Cicchetti. Interviste, immagini di repertorio, scritti inediti di Gianluca. Il documentario ripercorre la vita di Gianluca, le sue passioni, il suo modo di essere, la sua musica, la sua arte.
ore 12 diretta live, Ma 間 (2020) installazione sonora di Fabio Perletta e Luigi Turra, a seguire incontro con Fabio Perletta, Luigi Turra e
Daniela Gentile (ricercatrice dello Spatial Sound Institute di Budapest);
interventi di Paolo Coteni, Francesco Cuoghi e Gabriel Maldonado ….
ore 15 installazione sonora > Metamorfosi nel tempo (2020) dei compositori Giovanni Costantini e Paolo Gatti, dell’artista visivo Francesco Casanova e del musicista Luca Sanzò alla viola (Master in Sonic Arts, english version – University of Rome Tor Vergata)
ore 17 installazione sonora Il suono rubato – Rituale Elettroacustico – di Federico Placidi (violoncello ed elettronica) e Simone Pappalardo (Macchine sonore e Physical Computing)
in collaboration with the Department of Architecture of the “G. d’Annunzio” University of Chieti-Pescara curated by Zerynthia Association for Contemporary Art OdV
As in the forest individual trees, through complex relations, create a constant equilibrium between themselves, so in No Man’s Land the artistic installations, albeit pronouncing themselves singularly, coexist alongside each other in this “land of imagination open to all.” Yona Friedman
No Man’s Land Foundation will present, on Saturday 31st October at 11.30 am, the permanent site-specific installation by Alberto Garutti, entitled “tutti i passi che ho fatto nella mia vita mi hanno portato qui, ora” (“all the steps I have taken in my life have led me here, now”). The piece consists of a stone slab from Majella placed in a field, upon which is inscribed that sentence which anyone can make their own. Installed in various cities since 2004, it creates each time invisible relationships and trajectories between the different places. The Foundation, moreover, will present two sound installations: “Gardening with John 1.1”, 2006, by Alvin Curran, a tribute to his friend John Cage using recordings made in the artist’s New York loft and samples of his well-known laugh.