Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza with Andrea Spontoni

Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza with Andrea Spontoni


Games of fading and transparency to look inside buildings and to make a fixed image become, a real show. Day and night effects of views and glimpses of cities inspired by Rome.

The idea starts from the study of the optical box, reworking of the "New World", where is the viewer to originate, in a completely analog way, the dissolvenze.

This project is inspired by our series of “Pre-Cinema Digitale” installations that are dedicated to digitizing, bringing back to life, the imagery games that made the discovery of cinema possible ("Reflexes", created for RGB 2019, it was part of it).



Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza, mother and daughter, they work artistically together, looking for works of art related to animation games and optical effects. They explore typically analogue creations which they then re-propose in a digital key. Currently they are dedicated to a series of works concerning pre-cinema games, creating immersive variations, digital and interactive.

Anna he worked for many years for an art and animation workshop for children in Turin, participated in art exhibitions, conducted seminars and training courses of expressive teaching for teachers. His work has been awarded internationally. In 1997 published the book “Image games”. Today he is at the helm of a cinema in the province of Turin, in support of local art and culture.

Lea has developed interdisciplinary works in the field of architecture and cinema, combining them with projection mapping. In recent years she has also performed as a vjing for musicians and events. Now work as a freelancer exhibition designer in the context of exhibitions, exhibitions and performances.

For the sound composition they collaborate with Andrea Spontoni, multimedia artist and composer of electronic music, specialized in sound design and Max / MSP programming for installations, interactive shows and projects. He has already participated in the realization of projects for brands such as Balich Worldwide Shows, Leonardo, Google, Spotify and Cartier.

Website: https://www.leabrugnoli.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leabrugnoli



Luca Cataldo

Luca Cataldo


The idea for this project starts from the observation of a symbiosis present in nature between the plant and animal world; the cecide, commonly called galla, it is a malformation of the nature of growths, a kind of plant tumor, that forms on the leaves, on the branches, on the trunk and roots of plants caused by insects, mites or fungi to induce the formation of an incubator where the latter entrust their fate for the new life.

Through the work we want to represent harmony, an interaction between two apparently separate worlds but with a deep bond, an invisible harmony, a knowledge developed over time; a dimension of dialogue expressed with a visual language that produces spectacular protuberances with the most varied shapes and colors. In this subtle relationship the human world appears to be alien to it, tied to a simple judgment in the cause and effect that is established between these two worlds; a man who feels separate, far from imagining the existence of a larger design made up of continuous interdependence between living beings through which nature manifests itself.

Because the processes of nature make no sense, they only have an inexorable course that we can interrupt, but without being able to avoid the backlash of nature. In fact, there are two subjectivities in us. One that says “I”, my projects, my expectations, my vision of the world full of meaning, and one that says “nature” and interests of the species, for which the fate of the self, his ideas, its scenarios are not of the slightest importance. " (Galimberti)



Luca Cataldo (Ka:lu) is a multidisciplinary artist specialized in the creation of audiovisual installations, great projections, vjing e djing. His works are a blend of images, sound, settings and structures made with different materials such as iron, fabrics, wood. His artistic approach is the result of a learning by doing. Through his work he wants to express and share the achievements and knowledge that everyday life teaches us. His style is always in search of an aesthetic that represents beauty, in close connection with nature, that invites a heterogeneous audience to an immersive experience, articulated in different levels of interpretation.






Delta process

Delta process


“Overflow” is a site-specific multimedia installation which develops the theme of "Nature" by simulating spatial evolution on the map of Rome and Pigneto, of a very special organism: il Physarum Polycephalum. This particular single-celled mold is endowed with extraordinary intelligence and memory skills – albeit devoid of a nervous system – making it the subject of many scientific and artistic studies.

The map on which the’RGB travels and expands, it is the perfect terrain in which to test the skills of the Physarum, reinterpreted in a situationist key through psychogeographic maps and the drift technique proposed by Guy Debord.

By identifying the places where the RGB truck will pass and stop to screen the works, the system will create the nourishment necessary for the Physarum to evolve, leaving the command of simulation to innate wisdom in basic forms of nature. This suggests that the respect and observation of these processes is essential for a harmonious evolution on the planet.


Federico Petrei studied New Technologies for the Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice (2007-2010) and earned a Master's degree in Design for Interactive Media at Middlesex University in London (2011). After two years of work as a video technician e internship-designer in England, from the 2010 al 2012, continued his Visual and 3D career Motion Designer in the vjing and multimedia arts collective "Deltaprocess", which he founded in 2009. His artistic production is extremely varied. In fact, it ranges from video-scenography for cultural and fashion events, to visuals and screenings for electronic music festivals around the world. From multimedia works, immersive and interactive for art exhibitions Contemporary, with cinematic special effects (through the video-mapping technique) in productions for films and music videos. Conceptually, its focus is on reconnect – through multimedia interactivity – a deep and lost connection between man and technology, perceiving this as an extension of one's body and of own mind. (www.deltaprocess.it)

Raoul Battilani is a 3D artist, visual effects supervisor and musician. Always passionate about music and video, from the 1995 he devotes himself full time to the study of 3D art and its possible applications, using animation techniques, modeling and rendering and experimenting with the use of audio video on visual effects. He has collaborated with prestigious international brands, including Disney, Lavazza, Duracell, Riot Games and many more. Love music, “an idea pays off much more if it has a great soundtrack”. Today he actively collaborates with various professional production studios and continues his sound experimentation with audiovisual projects and with everything related to video art.. ( www.deltaprocess.it)

Michele Taglialegne he graduated from the State Institute of Art G. Sello di Udine. After high school he moved to Rome where in 2009 obtains a three-year degree and in 2012 Cum Laude Master's Degree in Architectural and Urban Design. In this period he publishes on behalf of Prof.. Gregory lecturer in “Theories of contemporary architectural and aesthetic research” and works at the Works Management of the new Congress Center of Rome EUR in the role of draftsman and 3D designer. After graduating, he moved abroad. It passes 4 years between Kenya and Ghana where he plays the role of designer on behalf of Italian and foreign companies. In 2016 he returns to Udine to deal with historical recovery, design and interior design at the Dimora company of which he becomes a partner. Since then he has collaborated with various Friulian artists and carries on his personal artistic research in the multimedia arts including design, graphics and performance. In this context, the collaborations with CSS Stable Theater of Innovation of Friuli Venezia Giulia should be highlighted. (https://www.instagram.com/tgl.mhl/)

Roberto ranon, professor and researcher of 3D Graphics at the University of Udine, also operated in the fields of Human-Machine Interaction and Artificial Intelligence. In the field industrial, he has worked for several companies nationally and internationally, and has collaborated with artists in the creation of installations and multimedia works.(https://github.com/robertoranon)

Hinrich Gross

Hinrich Gross

Groninger Tiles

In the video loop “Groninger Tiles”, Hinrich Gross squeezes together the photos cut from the facade of the Groninger Museum (Netherlands) in quick succession. The suggestion of a movement emerges, a (quasi) similar mockery of the world of pixels, a return of our media viewing habits to the world of the simple physicist. In the soundtrack, the polyphonic signal, always the same polyphonic signal, it overlaps to create a concert of monotony and intensifies the visual overload. For self-rescue, the eye begins to search for higher movement patterns.

A parallel to the current situation is perhaps that we too are looking for new role models. Furthermore, the sound is really annoying, just like the current restrictions of our previously accustomed life.


Hinrich Gross is Born in Munich, studied architecture and fine arts in Hamburg.

Collective L4R

Collective L4R

Concrete walls

“Concrete walls” it is a non-space within the RGB Light Experience. Brushstrokes of light that will draw the walls of the city, composing screens where the representation of nature, through analogies and metaphors, will give vent to contemplation, almost forgotten activity in this concrete forest.


L4R is a multidisciplinary duo founded in Rome in 2018 Clara Román and Tiago Branc. Together, through the experimentation of analogical and digital artistic techniques, they create sets and installations. Their work proposes a dialogue between social and environmental issues to create an active awareness in the viewer.

Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio

Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio

NaturalDown - Crescerà l'erba sulle nostre città

Rectangular concrete leaves, disturbed forests, dramatic fluttering.

Grass will grow on our cities” is a visual interpretation of the urban landscape e on the interaction between man and nature within cities.


MediaMash Studio is a collective of artists based in Florence that mainly deals with contemporary art and uses light and video as the main means of expression. The installations of MediaMash are often characterized by a site-specific nature and use of unconventional materials. Active in the Florentine cultural scene, Tuscan and Italian create video-mapping and interactive displays: Kandinsky Colour Experience, Montecatini Terme, PT, 2018; The installation Forest, XI Florence Biennale , Florence; performance Natural Live, XI Florence Biennale (BE) Contemporary and Artimino (PO). In 2018 in collaboration with the Conservatory of Florence they create the interactive staging for the Astana Theater in Kazakhstan: in the same year they take part in Luci e Ombre 2018 for the new year in Rome. In 2018 It is in the 2017 are present at the Pomezia Light Festival, Pomezia (RM). In 2017 It is in the 2018 partecipano a RGB Light Experience. To remember the participation in the Gray Cat Festival with the creation of thematic video installations (2014 and 2015); participation in the exhibition L'Opera Incompiuta at the Art Gallery of Drawing in Florence (2014).

Jeremy Oury

Jeremy Oury


“Emersive” is a mesmerizing experience inspired by a futuristic universe a 8 bit.

Composed of a single sequence shot with the camera, this video projection allows to explore different spaces of microcosms through grids, "low poly" and fractal shapes, where bright colors like emerald green and purple dominate. It pulls the viewer into a long hypnotic sequence that requires the camera movement to adapt: rotation, Chase, fall, words, advancement, retreat.

The soundtrack, mixing music and audio archives, recalls the contribution of scientific discoveries and technological developments in our society.


Jeremy Oury uses audiovisual media to produce particular digital works of art for installations, mapping on architecture and for theater. He works on immersive forms capable of placing the viewer at the center of the virtual and minimalist universe and messing up his perception of space. Since 2014 he exhibits his works in various countries of the world, where it has won some awards.

Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre

Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre

Crossings # 02

“Every now and then I touch my arms, my legs, my body to understand if I am dreaming or awake. Looking in the mirror is not enough to realize the my existence, also because now I no longer see my face.

I don't know the reflected image who it belongs to. They are in a glass vial, the world before is too far away, a invisible barrier separates me from him.

I feel like I'm living the life of some other person, seeing me from the outside in a sequence d’ images that flow slowly: where am I.”


Simone Palma is an artist active in the field of multimedia in the theatrical and performative fields. His works have been exhibited in several festivals, while in the theater / performance field he collaborates with several
companies and artists, including Alessandro Pintus and Gerardo Greek, Marco Tullio Giordana, motion, Theater of Dionysos, Opera House, MP5 and Teho Teardo.
Raffaele September It is an active designer in various fields such as architecture, design, installations and designing digital sets and creating dance theater shows and integrated theater. Among the last works, the creation of the installation at the Victorian museum by the artist Dicò and participation in the RGB Lightfest of 2018 and 2019.
Francesca Cecarini and Chiara Patriarca

Francesca Cecarini and Chiara Patriarca

Concrete garden

Our project, inspired to give new emotions to the EUR Towers, renews its vocation to make it flourish again, like a Garden, the Prenestina Ramp. We will give the viewer the feeling that nature, today relegated to green only front lawn, take back this urban space, with games of soft lights polychrome that will envelop the building, accompanied by musical notes, now sweets, now vibrant.


Francesca Cecarini, of Macerata, and Chiara Patriarch, Romanian, they are lecturers at various Academies of Fine Arts in Italy.

Their work experience develops in parallel, beginning in the late nineties, in the entertainment world that has seen them engaged in concerts, music tours, events, festival, theatrical performances and architectural lighting projects.

Their versatility has made them protagonists in the organization, in the design and execution of scenographic and lighting design creations.

Their profession led them, through different experiences (Art director Francesca Cecarini, Chiara Patriarca television), up to teaching. Francesca Cecarini is currently a teacher of “Ecodesign” and “Light Design” at the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata and Chiara Patriarca is a teacher of “Lighting technology” and “Scenography” near Macerata and of “Lighting technology” near Bari and Frosinone.

Quantum Framework

Quantum Framework

Data storming

Today more than ever, data influences our life and our decisions. Just look at how the statistics on the trend of COVID19 have affected future predictions. The graphic visualization of the data makes a constant flow invisible to us tangible and concrete; from our choices to our movements, from our views to our clicks. Form, symbols and numbers follow a very specific logic. From our so-called "clouds" (virtual memory spaces) they overflow data and can no longer contain it securely. “Data Storming”, data storm, intends to provoke the user by proposing a visualization of confused and chaotic data, one without a logical order, but at the same time harmonious and dynamic with each other. Like a flock of birds, sinuous and sudden directions compose shapes continuously
change. A digital painting invades the public space, changing its perception and its context.


Quantic framework is a collective of young creatives born in 2017. Coming from different backgrounds ranging from Exhibit to new technologies, they were trained during the academic course of Multimedia Arts and Design and then continue their artistic career by participating in calls and carrying out projects commissioned by festivals and events.
The collective, through the use of various languages, creates interactive multimedia installations and audiovisual performances that investigate the integration of images, light and sound to create synaesthetic experiences that immerse the user.

Filippo Gualazzi he received a diploma in New Technologies of Art from the Academy of Fine Arts in Urbino, during this period he embarked on a multidisciplinary path that ranges between graphics advertising, photography and videomaking. In 2013 enrolled at the "ZeroCrossing" Music Academy, where he attended a two-year course in electronic music production. World of the image and the world of sound have pushed him more and more to seek new forms of expression, so in 2017 he enrolled in the “Multimedia Arts&Design ”at the Rome University of Fine Arts, obtaining the master's degree with full marks in February of 2020. His knowledge in music production has taken shape in several collaborations with musicians and composers, in which he consolidated above all his inclination towards the practices of video associated with audio. Some audiovisual projects, born above all in the academic field, they gave him the opportunity to participate in festivals of international importance such as Matera Intermedia, UK Young artists, Live Performers Meeting, Media Art, RomaEuropa Festival and Venice Music Biennale. He currently collaborates on several projects with studios such as: NONE collective, Cabina, Otolab and with cultural associations including Artificial Humanism and BitNet.

Daniela Gentile since she was a child she cultivated her passion for art by attending the five-year painting course at Liceo Artistico “G. De Nittis ”. In 2012 he moved to Rome where he attended RUFA - Rome University of Fine Arts, earning a degree in Interior Design. Her multifaceted personality leads her to approach the most recent artistic experiments in the field of Media Arts, with particular interest in Sound Art, experiencing the sounds related to space, exploring the perception within the listener. It actively participates in festivals and reviews on the national territory such as the Spring Attitute Festival (2016), Signals in Perugia, the Media Art Festival in Rome and the Blooming Festival in Pergola. He holds a Masters
in Multimedia Arts and Design (RUFA) in which his research and practice is oriented to the study of sound and waveforms as weapons and as a political means for psychophysical manipulation, the
control and influence of the civilian population. After an internship at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest, she is currently a researcher on sound at The Works Research Institute.

Emanuela Mottola naxes in 1994 in Rome. He attends the Scientific High School, to then achieve a three-year degree in Industrial Design at the "Sapienza" University of Rome in 2016. The thesis project was selected for publication in the ADI Index volume 2017 and was awarded the Design Excellence Award in Lazio 2017. Later he attended a 1st level Master in Interior, Exhibit & Retail Design at the Polytechnic of Turin. At the end of both qualifications achieved, he carried out training internships respectively in the Siconf S.r.l company in Rome and in the Building SPA company in Turin. To complete his professional training he decides to approach new technologies, by enrolling in the specialization course in Multimedia Arts and Design at “RUFA – Rome University of Fine Arts”, ending it in February 2020. During the specialization course he carries out an internship of 3 months at Studio Azzurro in Milan, with whom he collaborates in the realization of the exhibition “Fellini 100. Immortal genius ", inaugurated in Rimini on the occasion of the centenary of the director's birth. Currently member of the Quantum Framework artistic collective, as well as working as a freelance designer of interactive systems and multimedia spaces.


Diego Repetto and Gianni Maroccolo

Diego Repetto and Gianni Maroccolo

Y.K L'altra metà del cielo

Through a reading of the genius of Yves Klein, Yves Le Monochrome, which found its maximum artistic expression in the blue color, the architect and artist Diego Repetto with the soundtrack of the multifaceted composer and musician Gianni Maroccolo pays homage to the French artist who died prematurely in 1962 at the age of 34 years.

The video animation work projected in the urban places chosen as the background for the Roman Light Art festival was born from an idea by Diego Repetto and Gianni Maroccolo and is created by the color expert EIZO Ambassador Marco Olivotto of Moonmusic in collaboration with the Creative Lab Milanese Qubla. The video animation entitled "Y.K. The other half of the sky "depicts Yves Klein after having" jumped into the void ", ideally continuing the symbolic image of the Nouveau Réalisme and making the painter fly in the blue sky where he himself becomes the sky, capturing the absolute blue in the other half of the sky.

To accompany the “leap” in the other half of the sky by the French painter is the sonata for saturated bass only, freely inspired by Yves Klein's Symphonie Monotone, made by Gianni Maroccolo.

In addition to celebrating Yves Le Monochrome, the work pays homage to the 2020 like the year of the Blue, so named at the end 2019 dal Pantone Color Institute. Laurie Pressman, vice presidente dell’International Sellers of Color, to Associate Press, on the occasion of the appointment of color assignment per year 2020, stated that the blue color offers stability and connection, transmitting a reassuring presence and creating a feeling of great space and confidence in the future: in these terms, the intention of the Repetto-Maroccolo duo is to bring a message of hope to a world torn by the pandemic and uncertainty in the future.

Yves Klein, and when he designed the exhibition dedicated to the Void (the "Le Vide" exhibition of 28 April 1958 in Paris) in which he intended to "paint" the obelisk of the Place de la Concorde with blue lights, both when it covered women, International Klein Blue cloths and sponges, he wanted to bring art closer to heaven, recovering the relationship between art and spirituality through the blue color.


Diego Repetto, architect, engaged in the research and creation of new landscapes and in analyzing the perceptions of potential stakeholders through experiential art. He exhibited the concepts of Land Lighting and Quinto Paesaggio, identifying new approaches between art and architecture in the landscape field, at the international conference De-sign Environment Landscape City in Genoa in 2017 and at the Venice Biennale 2018 with l’European Cultural Center. He is a member of the LABLANDSCAPE (CIRIAF-SSTAM University of Perugia), dell’Ideal Spaces Working Group (Germany) and the Scientific Committee of the "International Memorandum of Understanding for the Enhancement and Conservation of Works of Art of World Interest" (Polytechnic of Turin, CNR-IVALSA, University of Florence and the Cultural Space of the Villa Colloredo Mels Museum in Recanati). It is currently developing operations to relaunch the idea of ​​a social proximity to be reinvented in connection with the widespread concert project developed within the format "Concerts of ideas in action in the Fifth Landscape", with the support of the RiavviaItalia platform, of the webradio Radio Antidoto and other organizations, international cultural institutions and foundations.

Gianni Maroccolo (o Marok) is a musician, Italian independent producer and talent scout. Musically he was born in Florence, where in the 1980s he founded the Litfiba family, in which he will be active until 1990. In those years he also began studying double bass, phonology and electronic music and composes soundtracks for theater and cinema. The career as an art producer leads him to collaborate with bands such as CCCP, Timoria and Marlene Kuntz, and with artists such as Franco Battiato, Jovanotti and Carmen Consoli. In 1993 fund and C.S.I.. - Consortium of Independent Players. The group reaches the top of the charts in 1997, without abandoning the experimentation that distinguishes it. In 2000 the path of the C.S.I. He stops and Maroccolo devotes himself to the composition of the first of four PGR albums - Per Grazia Ricevuta, with some protagonists of the C.S.I. Releases the solo album A.C.A.U. Our wonder, a little gem of minimal-pop music with some of the most beautiful Italian voices. At the end of 2004 joins Marlene Kuntz, for two albums, a tour and a DVD. He collaborated with British producer Howie B on the Beautiful ensemble, and created a soundtrack for Masbedo (world premiere at the Venice Biennale 2009). In 2009 he founded Al Kemi Lab together with Toni Verona. In 2012 back on stage with Litfiba after over twenty-two years. The success of the dates determines the decision of the band to play also in other Italian cities in 2013. Parallel to the tour, Gianni composes vdb23 together with Claudio Rocchi. In 2020 creates a soundtrack for Arte Fiera inspired by a composition by Yves Klein. The 12 September 2020 he plays live at the Tetatro Puccini in Florence Alone not alone, produced by Fabbrica Europa in collaboration with Contempo Records, a concert in which Marok's sound universe dialogues with the visuals born from the drawings of Marco Cazzato and animated by Michele Bernardi, the two visual artists who have accompanied the first four volumes of Alone. Furthermore, The 4 October at the MEI in Faenza he received the ai 40 years of career.


Collective I Light

Collective I Light

Signs of light - light painting

Il Light painting, is a photographic technique that is declined in multiple styles, using different light tools to paint in the dark with light.

“Signs of light” is a series of personal works presented with different techniques and emotional approaches that run in a loop on a large screen.

I Light is a spontaneous group that gathers professional and amateur photographers, light artists and performers, born to disseminate the technique and art of light painting through actions, events, performances and exhibitions.

The collective has already collaborated together producing “Mosaic of Light”, the result of a collective effort during the pandemic to celebrate the International Day of Light 2020, presented in the form of a video composition, where every artist has created “at a distance” una tessera in light painting.

Participated: Diana Bovoloni, Carla Calandra, Claudio Cecchi, Mariagrazia Dardanelli, Liliana Iadeluca, Marianna Leggieri, Barbara Marano, Veronica Migliorisi, Alessandra Mura, Mirko Panzeri, Fabrizio Paravani, Filippo Pilla, Provediemozioni, Joel A. Rana, William Recchia, Felicita Russo, Maria Saggese, Sara Siani, Lorenza Tassi.


I Light is a spontaneous group that gathers professional and amateur photographers, light artists and performers, born to disseminate the technique and art of light painting through actions, events, performances and exhibitions.
Participated: Diana Bovoloni, Carla Calandra, Claudio Cecchi, Mariagrazia Dardanelli, Liliana Iadeluca, Marianna Leggieri, Barbara Marano, Veronica Migliorisi, Alessandra Mura, Mirko Panzeri, Fabrizio Paravani, Filippo Pilla, Provediemozioni, Joel A. Rana, William Recchia, Felicita Russo, Maria Saggese, Sara Siani, Lorenza Tassi.

Daniel Spano

Daniel Spano

Up to here

Through the use of video projections and sounds, the goal is to transform architecture into a bright and dynamic surface, functional to the story.

Not just an action focused on enhancing the facade, but the creation of a continuous dialogue between the architecture and the artist's poetics: the possibility of finding another function for architecture, the relationship between an intimate space (theater) and a common space (the square), the idea of ​​the surface as an element that separates and connects the inside and the outside, the relationship between body and architecture.

Human forms emerge from a deep darkness directed towards us, their impact with the surface (the facade) creates visual and sound distortions.


Daniel Spano born to Rome in 1979. After training as a set designer, begins the activity of director and visual artist especially in the field of performance and video art in which he plays, in equal measure, a deep research and experimentation. In 2005 he was part of the creative team supporting the famous video artist Gary Hill for the realization of his installation Resounding Arches at the Colosseum in Rome. In February 2011 is selected by the famous director and artist Takeshi Kitano to represent the artistic ferment of the city of Rome for a television format conducted by him from the name Takeshi’s Art Beat. Since 2012 al 2015 becomes artistic consultant for the Romaeuropa Foundation and curator of the DigitaLife exhibition at the La Pelanda museum in Rome. In the same period, the production of large-format works on monumental buildings through the videomapping technique. Since 2014 the collaboration with Luca Brinchi is born (santasangre) with which he creates contents multimedia for numerous theatrical performances. This fruitful cooperation will lead the two to compete with the work of directors such as Federico Tiezzi, Massimo Popolizio, Fabrizio Arcuri, Andrea Baracco, Lisa Natoli, Valter Malosti and many others. In 2016 designs and creates the multimedia show for the presentation of the Gucci collection Woman. Since 2016 al 2020 research in the visual arts leads him to exhibit his works in Armenia, in the United States and Russia as well as in Italy. Among the most important works: Line In the Sand multimedia installation at Made in New York – Media Art Center (NY City) 2019, Orbis, site-specific installation at Cafesjian Center for the Arts – Yerevan (Armenia) 2019, What I don't remember, site-specific installation at the Teatro Valle in Rome, celebratory project of William Kentridge work: Triumphs and Laments promoted. The Garden of Dreams indoor video-mapping at Palazzo Venezia: project included in the exhibition: Giorgione I Labirinti del Cuore produced and promoted by MIBAC Ministry of Culture Italy 2017, Pneuma multimedia installation at Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive and included in the program of the 58th edition of the Festival dei Due Mondi 2015, Spoleto.

Lino Strangis

Lino Strangis

All tactful to lose

This audiovision can be read as a metaphorical proposal to show all human contacts (and in particular the tactile ones) that are going to get lost in these times of pandemic, health emergency and distancing. We could perhaps speak of a "representation of a non-being in place" or of visualization of an invisible located in the beyond: no didactic attempt to report facts or gestures that intend to refer directly to the topic; no rhetoric. Only an audiovisual stream designed to invade the walls of the city not to pretend to give answers but in the hope of raising questions.


Lino Strangis is an intermediary artist (video art, video installations and video sculptures, virtual reality, performance intermediali, 3D sculptures, video-sets, sound art) experimental musician and director (theater, cinema, tv) born in Lamezia Terme on 19/01/1981, lives and works in Rome and Turin.
Since 2005 participates in numerous festivals, international historical exhibitions and reviews in Italy and abroad (ARS ELECTRONICS, Biennial of the Mediterranean, Video formats, City Sonic, Projector, Athens Videoart Festival, Invideo, …) and holds several solo and group exhibitions in private galleries and prestigious museums including MACRO (Roma), MAXXI (Roma), PECCI MUSEUM (Meadow), STEAM FACTORY (Milano), RICE MUSEUM (Palermo), MAUTO (Torino), PAN (Naples), GAMC (Viareggio), WHITE BOX MUSEUM OF ART (Beijing), muBA (S.Paulo), Torrance Art Museum (The Angels).

His works have been exhibited alongside those of artists such as Nam June Paik, Bill Viola, Robert Cahen, Studio Azzurro, Miao Xiaochun, Steina and Woody Vasulka.

Flavia Tritto

Flavia Tritto

Raw Flows (Dancing bodies change the world)

What does it mean to be made of water? How can, this awareness, change the way we perceive ourselves and the world?

Inspired by feminist literature on "bodies of water”, Flavia realizes Raw Flows, a series of four site-specific projections that invite you to imagine and discover forms of water.

Leaving the space for interpretation open and fluid, the artist proposes a series of statements regarding our being water that, between the evocative and the poetic, they hope to foster questions and aspirations.

Made of water, we are less alone. We can rediscover fluids, interconnected with the world and with living beings, with all matter, organic and inorganic. Made of water, we transmute, we are polyform and flexible. We vibrate to the music. (There) we fill and adapt.

With rivers, we are in constant motion, in constant evolution. With the seas, we are moved by the tides, from flows, drives and desires.

Like water (the waters) we are generating matter, we are sustenance, shoots and night frost.

Like water, we are solutes and solvents and we enrich ourselves in the encounter with the other, becoming something new.

Like water we connect, and we flow between differences and across distances.


Flavia Tritto (Bari, 1994) is a multidisciplinary visual artist, whose work ranges from video to happening, from installation to performance, to investigate issues related to "individuality", “(inter)subjectivity "and"(auto)perception". After completing his training in the social and legal sciences, Flavia started her artistic research by enrolling in the Master in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins in London, finished in June 2019. Since he started his activity in art, Flavia has been part of several international exhibitions and artist residencies, who brought it and exhibited in institutions such as the Tate Modern in London (Tate Exchange, 2018 and 2019), he Center of Engraving of La Louvriere (Belgium 2018) and the Forte Marghera in Venice (2019). Among the residences they remember “The European Academy of Participation” at the Goethe Institut of Marseille (France, 2018) and “Trainings for the not-yet” at the Banff Center for Arts & Creativity (Canada, 2019). Flavia is also active in the field of culture through various initiatives, including the organization and curatorship of residences and events related to contemporary art.

Olga Tuzova and Lorenzo Pagella

Olga Tuzova and Lorenzo Pagella

Teatri d'Italia / Life before and after

The video installation “Theaters of Italy” was born in a period in which the show is strongly in crisis, with the ambition to bring theatrical spaces currently closed and not usable by the public or artists to the streets. The sequence of images of some of the most important Italian theaters show majestic spaces of the highest aesthetic value, that our country has the advantage of being able to boast in an incomparable quantity. However, the environment is always empty, on stage as in the hall, so that the celebration of these places of art is accompanied by a sense of loneliness and melancholy, which describes the feeling of waste and abandonment that pervades the entertainment sector when it cannot experience the artistic representations that justify its existence. The video projection is framed by a movement of red light beams, to recall and underline the alarm situation in which the cultural sector finds itself in this period.


The project “Life before and after” was created under the influence of the current situation in Italy, and around the world. The general global crisis that has affected all countries has become a moment of transition from the previous life to the future life. The situation in which businesses collapse, people are left without work, the world reigns in a state of general panic and chaos, it will surely remain forever in our memory. And in any situation, no matter how hard it is, there is always an opportunity that can be seen. E, I our case, this opportunity was the transformation and global re-evaluation of values. We started thinking more about family, we began to appreciate our loved ones. Our planet has begun to purify itself. And after going through this terrible period of our life, we can reach a new level of consciousness, and recover the lost values. The project “Life before and after” it was created so that everyone can stop and see new meanings. Feel the power of the most important thing in life: we can love, we can create something new and improve ourselves every day. This project is dedicated to our families, to our friends and companions. This project aims to feel that together we are a force! And we will make it!

The music for the project was chosen by Edoardo Bedarida.


Olga Tuzova and Lorenzo Pagella, both Lighting Designers with years of experience behind them, I am respectively the Italian ambassador of "Women in Lighting", artistic collective that collects female lighting design experiences from all over the world, and the founder of "Virtual Lighting", activity created to bring together professionals in the design and programming of lights for the show. They recently started collaborating by dedicating themselves to several projects: from installations for light festivals to lighting design for events, up to design consultancy for lighting products. They enthusiastically participate in the RGB light festival initiative 2020 with the aim of bringing an artistic and emotional light to the streets and squares of Rome.

Simona Verrusio

Simona Verrusio

Ellipses 2.0

Beauty, breath, transformation, past that resurfaces to combine with the present, I play with architecture and landscapes.

Simona Verrusio's video works and textual interventions of light art intertwine and interact with the architecture of the buildings and spaces of the locations chosen for the Festival RGB 2020. Multiple interventions inspired by the genius loci of the different places and the link between art and science.

The curves that the east ring road of Rome composes, views from above, they look like sections of wider curves. The trajectories of Lissajous appear by swinging a pendulum, amazing images related to the movement of the earth around the sun and the orbits of the planets. The projection of the sinuous intertwining joins the arches of the bypass. The pillars that support it are dressed in the shapes of Greek columns, with inlaid capitals, to build another place of suggestion and provocation. The poem will echo under the vaults, non stellate, of the ring road, taken from a video from the 1970s by Ansaldo and from 10 June 1962′ by Pier Paolo Pasolini.

Another intervention, more conceptual, bring nature into the parking in via Ludovico Pavoni of Torpignattara, playing with the architecture of the buildings. The two neighboring buildings form a large capital letter U, which is embedded in the word “flower beds”. Flower beds to symbolically carry a piece’ of nature within the urban setting. Flower beds – single word in Italian with all vowels- it is also a tribute to Dante and the Earth when he writes “The flowerbed that makes us so ferocious,.., it all appeared to me from’ colli a le foci ”referring precisely to the Earth seen from Paradise.

Sulle great constructions of the skyscrapers of the EUR a visual play between the unfinished vertical lines of the buildings and the continuous transformation of curved lines, described by the complex mathematical function of Mandelbrot.

Finally to the San Galli park the image of a young Ninetto Davoli will run, as he did in the Uccellacci Uccellini film, on the aqueduct, while the trees in the park will be illuminated with a splendid green and the lawn will become a black and white checked floor. A scenario that echoes De Chirico's metaphysical paintings, creating a new and other urban space through the lighting intervention. Other pictures: houses and huts built against the aqueduct in the 1970s, photo by Roberto Ciavoni, and blue waters with bodies in embrace for the nostalgia of contact linked to the times we are living in and the water that flowed in the aqueduct.


Simona Verrusio aka Vj Janus deals with theater, performance e video. He loves different artistic languages ​​and explores their boundaries and connections. E’ the creator of the www.mapparte.com platform that geolocates places and rooms for creative use, to facilitate the meeting between those looking for spaces for artistic activities and those who have the availability. Since 2011 conducts performance theater workshops, and poetry and movement workshops on Japanese short poetry (haiku). Founded, in 2016, the cultural association 'bare feet' (https://www.facebook.com/piedinudiaps//), first as a physical space, a room, now flying over various places of art. He has patented a traveling performative technological device: a technological mask called Vj Janus that he wears and with which he makes traveling video performances. Vj Janus shoots what he sees through a camera and projects it in real time on a screen placed on the performer's back. In 2018 with VJ Janus he participated in the RGB Light Festival International Festival with the Itertime project, mixing images of the past and the present. He has published two books co-written with Alter: the first 'The Dense Host - the labyrinth of power' and the second 'Io Tarzan, your date'.

In March 2019 made a video installation, multimedia and interactive, in the Museum of the Dancing Satyr of Mazara del Vallo entitled “What I see”.