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CITY SONDOLS acoustic performance – part of Sonic Somatic Florence

14700956_1783960925185030_9115621348617518573_oCity Sondols offers temporary appropriation’s strategies in urban and architectonical spaces. These are transformed in set designs for sound and aesthetic rituals where the borders between protest, game and sensorial exploration are blurring. The public is invited to experience such an evocative place of the city both physically and acoustically.

Performers: Monica Belloni, Matteo Coluccia, Anna Maria Di Giacomo, Nicola Giannini, Andrea Lulli, Valerio Orlandini, Francesco Perissi, Elisabetta Senesi.

Conductor: Matteo Marangoni

Here below the  link about the venue and more info:
http://www.sonicsomatic.org/
http://iiinitiative.org/

 

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I was part of this happening after an intense three day workshop with Matteo Marangoni where we built a square waves oscillator and prepared a final performance along the streets of Florence.  The performance event started
in the abandoned spaces of the ex-monastery of Sant’Orsola in Florence in which we will resonate with DIY electronic instruments.

The performance is the result of an intensive workshop held by the sound artist Matteo Marangoni iii (instrument inventors initiative) based in Den Haag (NL) for Sonic Somatic 2016 in collaboration with Tempo Reale (IT).

Friday 21st October 2016 1AM

Via Taddea >>>>>>> Piazzale Degli Uffizi

Florence

 

 

 

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