Frederick Baruzzi Vaj

Swings
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Largo Bartolomeo Perestrello

 

SWINGS

Swings is a work of art that fills a void in urban Romano. An iron structure fil supports the electroluminescent wires that create two swinging swings, blending into the city's abandoned space.
The artist uses light and its movement to highlight a lack. The memory so back this, bringing up past moments, forgotten, vanished from memory.

 

Frederick Baruzzi Vaj

Frederick Baruzzi is a light artist, designer and interior designer graduated in 2008 at IED in Rome.
He specializes attending a master in "Domestic Landscape" at the NABA in Milan ended in 2010. Over the years he is passionate about lighting techniques, acquiring knowledge and technical capabilities on materials and sound technical.
Working with light is, for him, create parallel psychic realities.

Ka:lu

Real Back - The past is the result
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Largo Pedestrian between Via and Via Gabrino Fondulo Pigneto

 

REAL BACK – THE PAST IS THE RESULT

Real back explores the contrast that we are living in "digital culture" today: a life and digital identity that fills our depriving space weather.
The circle at the center of the system makes the interactive installation: the viewer enters their presence, his face, choosing where to stand and how to act and interact over time and space.
At the center of the system will intercept projections and sounds contrived, digital and interactive, which allow the viewer to interact and manipulate reality.
Images, soundscape of reality, nature "immobile", landscapes that are altered by following the cycle of the seasons, living entities that change according to the cycle of life and death.
A time machine that works in the present, because the past is the result.

 

Luca Cataldo aka Ka:lu

Luca Cataldo (Ka:lu) It is a multimedia artist who focuses his audiovisual installation works, large projections, the vjing, music production and DJing.
Each of his creations is always a story behind that aims to provide aesthetic travel by providing an immersive experience for a diverse audience.
The artist is finishing his latest Ep which will soon be published on Stingray Vision Recording.

Yasuhiro Chida

0.04
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Centro Cultural Space Empire, Via Bullicante Water 133

 

0.04

The idea of ​​this work is based on “Shishi-odoshi”, a device made of bamboo which is located in the typical Japanese gardens, that tilts while water fills and emits a sound when this hits the stone on the ground.
The sound from the bamboo cane, originally used to scare animals, It is reworked by the artist who transforms it and converts it into light.
Finding beauty in the simple things is a Japanese aesthetic concept. Leaving inspired by the concept of "MA" - translated as "space" by the Japanese, but also as the interval that elapses between two structural parts - the artist reflects on the surface tension of water and the force of gravity.
This small installation puts the emphasis on elegance of a drop of water and its volume, from which the work is named.

 

Yasuhiro Chida

Yasuhiro Chida, born in 1977 a Kanagawa, in Japan. He graduated in architecture at the Musashino Art University.
It 'the first Asian artist selected for the SIGNAL, the largest arts festival in the Czech Republic.
He participated at the Amsterdam Light Festival, one of the biggest festivals of the light of the world.
He collaborates with the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan and JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency).
His research ranges from the boundaries of art and science.

Fabrizio Cicero

I remember Semi-Solid
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Via del Pigneto civic height 108

 

REMEMBER SEMI-SOLID

The truncated tree represents an interruption of existing reality.
The basic thought of the intervention proposed is the game to continue with the fantasy a pre-existing reality.
Imagining the near future in which humans will have the opportunity to recreate the memory through technology, Also the branches of a dead tree can temporarily revive, like a distant echo that fills actually severed.
The projection of artificial smoke is visible from the observation point marked on the ground with an X, only at that point the prospect of the canopy corresponds with the memory of the same.

 

Fabrizio Cicero

Siciliano Artist, classroom 1982. It uses different techniques including painting, drawing, photography and video.
He graduated in Film Technology at the University of Messina, specializing in camera at the IED in Rome, from the 2007 al 2011 is assistant to Maestro Alberto Di Fabio.
In 2012 also he approaches the world of theater as a lighting designer, experience that makes him deepen the artistic interest towards the three-dimensionality and its interactions with the light.
Among the most important exhibitions, in 2016 "Lafuria" at the Institute of Culture in Krakow by Josue Precious, "Asyndeton" at the Rivara Castle edited by Franz Paludetto and 2017 "Contesting the obvious" at the Laboratory Museum of Rome Sapienza edited by Helia Hamedani.

Chrono

Hope in a bottle
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Metro C station Pigneto

 

HOPE IN A BOTTLE

The protagonists of the great social and educational impact are water and plastic, two components perpetually united in common ordinariness of each of us.
Themes are supporting the preservation and protection of water, collective good but still not accessible to all, too often wasted, and the massive consumption of plastic, to which each object of daily use is associated, causing a disastrous pollution.
The wall installation, It composed of circe 1000 transparent plastic bottles filled with water recycling charged at the place, directly by the "noses" of Rome, It is illuminated by a dynamic default color via RGB LEDs.
The artists create a work of art as "transient", a sensory environment that leads the viewer to reflect on contemporary social issues.
At the end of the festival the water will be returned to the river Romano and the recycled plastic system.

 

Chrono

The CHRONO group arises spontaneously after the first rehearsal to RGB Light Experience 2017 on the basis of friendship between Andrea Daly and Federico Cecchi, who share the interest in art, specific technical skills, passion to create emotions in people through their.
The group's name comes from the greek Kronos - time, which it is the cornerstone of their work.
Since the end of 2017 the group has added Roberto Sassoli, ambivalent, artist and technician.

Nicholas Fork and Martina Mele

Urban Captivity
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Via di Tor Pignattara, 90

 

Urban Captivity

The video project was born from a dystopian vision of the future and catastrophic, whose germinal stage it seems already begun: a future in which diversity is not tolerated, the most disadvantaged social strata are removed and isolated for fear and ignorance.
The projections of the faces of immigrants Pigneto, symbolically trapped in water meter boxes from which they can not free, thus highlighting the climate of hatred that lingers in our country.
The work is held: the artists involved foreign kids in the neighborhood too often discriminated, filmandoli and, at a later time, They have drawn the images digitally.

 

 

Nicholas Fork and Martina Mele

Young duo moved to Rome.
Nicholas Fork, Born in Teramo in 1993, degree in Modern Literature at the University of Florence. He concludes the Bachelor's Degree in Theater, Cinema, Dance and Digital Arts at the University of Rome. Film enthusiast since childhood, made several short films and independent autoprodotti.

Martina Maria Mele, classroom 1994, born in the province of Lecce.
Degree in Philosophy, moved to Rome attended the Bachelor's Degree in Theater, Cinema, Dance and Digital Arts at the University of Rome. His main interest is the film critic: currently he writes for a film revisits online, The Dark Mirror.

Diego Labonia

Near Death
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Parco Giordano Sangalli

 

NEAR DEATH

Near Death is a multisensory environment, a passage space, made of blend of light and sound.
The work of art tries to deconstruct the imagery of death, starting from the testimonies given by those who have had a N.D.E. (Near Death Experience): a temporary jump in the continuation of life beyond what we know, in a continuum of vision, sounds and atmospheres kinesthetic.
Breaking the collective imagination scheme, restore the man at the center of his being, without dogmas and paradigms, in the absolute beauty.

 

Diego Labonia

Diego Labonia, in arte DieLab, is a light artist, founder and artistic director of RGB Light Experience Festival.
His artistic technique, which has as its topic the light in its form of an installation, is a mixture between analog and digital: "The maximum expression of human ingenuity when applied to art".
In 2009 founded Lights Shadows, company in charge of designing and implementing cultural events with a strong imprint on the new technologies and the environment.
In 2014 realizes urban lighting projects, including Radiolaser, that lit the New Year to Fori Imperiali. His most famous works are Mirror Reflection, realized for RGB15, Ether’ò realized with Simone Palma, Arcobalenide realized for the Photonics Festival.

Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio

The root
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Theater Studio One, Via Carlo della Rocca 6

 

THE ROOT

Wood, mobile phones, recycled engines, old cameras and roots of plants shape the self-built projectors, adapting to space, create a work in constant mutation. Waste materials recovery and gives the installation a decadent technological aspect.
As a representation of an alternate present, the technical cannibalism of the various materials that make up the installation creates a anachronistic and futuristic scenario.
The reason that creates a visual link between the various devices is an image of a root, not organic but rather a metaphysical entity.

 

 

Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio

MediaMash Studio is a collective of artists based in Florence, which focuses on contemporary art, using light and video as the main medium of expression.
The installations of MediaMash are often characterized by a site-specific nature and use of unconventional materials.
Luca Mauceri, Jacopo Rachlik and Emilano Renzini realize video-mapping and interactive exhibits including Kandinsky Color 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 participating in the Festival of Rome, New Year's Eve in the Capital, where they expose Day Hole - work presented for the first time in Rome for RGB Light Experience 2017.

Willem Mertens

CTRL + ALT + ESC
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Piazza Nicolaus Copernicus

 

CTRL + ALT + ESC

And 'an installation of video art that blends the worlds of dance and animation.
The containers that make up the work they are lit from within, on the front side it is a figure projected real scale of a woman, thus giving the illusion of a real presence to its entire.
The story is told of a near future. A future placed in large spaces not the containers that you have in front where the only reality different from the one represented is visible from the window placed in the opening of the upper container, the view is of a much bigger world than a box, not limited by restrictions such as space, time or money.
The protagonist interacts with this world through a dark mass that changes shape, the sonorities of the piano they will be the background and accompaniment.

 

Willem Mertens

Willem Mertens is an artist 27 years.
In 2012 he graduated from art school of Luke in Ghent.
In 2016 It won the video mapping competition Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB).
This earned him a place at the Light Festival in Ghent 2018. Here it presented “Ctrl + Alt + Esc”. In his work explores the relationship between the digital and the human, dance and entertainment, light and dark.

High Files

Clorophylla Prj
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Via del Pigneto, corner of Via Marin Sanudo

 

PRJ CLOROPHYLLA

3018. Pollution has devastated the planet.
The population, forced to flee the city, It has taken refuge in rural areas.
The residential centers are arranged around a small tree-cores, are the trees and their life cycle the only thing that can stop the progress of undaunted un'irrespirabile black pall.
The artist has created so Clorophylla PRJ, unique technological system to produce oxygen that is able to ensure the survival.

 

Tommaso Rinaldi aka High Files

Thomas Rinaldi, aka High Files, He works as a visual artist and stage designer with the most important organizations of musical events in Turin and Alessandria.
After studying Design at the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti in Turin specializes in Live Cinema performances and vj sets, Videomapping, Digital and Dramaturgy.
From 2016 takes part in the International Festival of Visual Art as LPM Live Performers Meeting, Pomezia Light Festival, Genius Loci Weimar, RGB Light Experience and winning the VJ category ART in the Odessa videomapping Light Fest contest 2017.
He is currently Professor of Drama at the Alma Media Artist Academy of Pisa.

Raffaele September

Dimensional Window
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Parco Giordano Sangalli

 

DIMENSIONAL WINDOW

A unique window able to bring in a multitude of imaginary and real places. The installation is a freestanding sculpture, It consists of a staircase leading to a window-monitor, surreally opposed to the historic site that hosts, in front of the aqueduct of Alexandria.
Observe the images in the window can bring forth mixed feelings as the urgent desire to escape from his real condition perceived to places like best, far away in space and time or, Unlike, anchoring to the own present, not going into places perceived as hostile.

 

 

Raffaele September

Raffaele September, classroom 1968, It is a designer who trained at IED and at the Faculty of Architecture "Ludovico Quaroni".
He works from 1994 in various fields such as architecture, design, installations and digital sets, designing and producing theater and in various cities in Italy with the Orma Fluens association of which he is a founding member.
Among the last works, out the stand of "Combustioni" say the artist at the Vittoriano Museum in Rome.

Robert Sochacki

NO79 41 ° 53'01.2"N 12°32’30.1"E
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Via Lodovico Pavoni, 79

 

No.79 41°53’01.2″N 12°32’30.1″E

The site-specific work is designed to create a visual interpretation of the curvature of space-time. The artist has created, the alley from the narrow walls, the illusion of an infinite mirror that turns on in a cyclic sequence.
Although the work is partly hidden, the passerby is attracted by the change of the lights intermittently.
The analogy represented is about the future, as well as the work is hidden behind the corner, It need awareness and attention to catch it. In the moment in which the work itself is dark and the light tunnel is turned off, even the viewer's thoughts darkens.

 

Robert Sochacki

Robert Sochacki, Polish, classroom 1971.
He studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, later he was trained as a set designer in theater and finally he tacked on video.
Member of the Department of Painting at the Gdansk, where he completed his PhD on the art of light in public space.
His projects have been supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Hertiage Polish.
Today is a professor and researcher at the Gdansk Academy and, like a light artist, he exhibited his works in international festivals in the world.

Tonoptik

luminosity
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Via Aqua Alexandrina, 103

 

LUMINOSITY

luminosity, in German brightness, It is one of the main characteristics of a quantum accelerator. The installation is an artistic interpretation of some principles of the operation of the hadron colliders.
The size and position of translucent screens are calculated to ensure that, together with the light beams coming from the two projectors positioned on opposite sides of the screens, It creates a volumetric composition with stereo effect.
It is the interactive component to regulate the video dynamics and the generated sound.
Viewers are invited to observe the installation from different angles, thus indicating the observer's impact on observed and generating, by the approach or move away from the work center, every time a unique composition and different.

 

Tonoptik

The collective Tonoptik, from St. Petersburg in Russia, was born in 2014 a collaboration between the artists Yury and Alexander Tolstoguzov Inkov.
Together they experience visual and sound configurations, basing their approach on a free exploration of contemporary multimedia technologies.
The artists have participated in some of the most important International Festival, winning in 2017 MADATAC08 the award for the most innovative installation in Spain.

vj Alis

I am you
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Parking between Via Ludovico Pavoni and via del Pigneto

 

I AM YOU

A 3D architectural videomapping which recounts a journey through time, starting from the future up to the present day.
The various levels of the floors of the two buildings become an integral part of the story, I am supporting to stage the life stories of a hypothetical future, turn into spaceships, up to go back to being simple and palaces lived daily.
The facades of the two buildings, despite the similarity, They are in this artistic choice for the first time to scrutinize, as if they knew each other for the first time, interacting with each other and making sure that the future will mirrors in the present.

 

Alice Felloni aka vj Alis

Alice Felloni, Alis aka Vj, It is a visual artist and performer Roman video mapping, '85 class.
He teaches the course of the IED Video Design (European Institute of Design) From Rome, He has worked and partnered with organizations such as RAI, Fendi, Female Cut, IDentity Communication, He has made video mapping for concerts of famous Italian artists.
In 2016 He was the winner of the VJ Contest Signal Prague Festival.

Vjit ft. Alexia Robbio

Omaggio a Nico D'Alessandria
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Piazza dei Condottieri

 

TRIBUTE TO NICK OF ALEXANDRIA

The installation is a tribute to the film “The emperor of Rome” (1987) debut work of Nico D'Alessandria, independent filmmaker of the capital.
The protagonist of the film, schizophrenic drug addict, He proclaims himself emperor of a city without dignity or domains.
The integral projection of the film, distorted in sound and image, pays tribute to the filmmaker.
An overlap of this in the past, given by the intrusion of a new sound, which repeats the same process of Nico D'Alessandria which writes: “The mute turned, in 35 mm, the sonorizzai later with the characters' voices, and personally I mounted.
A distortion of picture and sound which results in a dispersion of sense, asphyxiated between a past and a present to rebuild. "

 

 

Vjit feat. Alexia Robbio

Vjit was born in 2010 meeting between Francesco Iezzi, Dalila D'Amico and Maria Costanza Barberio. The project stems from several areas: philosophy, cinema, music and theater.
The videos of Vjit focus on a small aspect of reality and turn it into an abstract form, and a conceptual vision.
Each video shows the connection between the inner nature of the movement (macrocosm and microcosm) and the dark sound movement.
The live performances are the result of a random method that blends minimalist geometry, empty space and sound interaction in real time.
The sound work is curated by Alexia Robbio, young producer of electronic music.

Would be

Rotor
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Centro Cultural Space Empire, Via Bullicante Water 133

 

ROTOR

The light installation allows visitors to get lost in time and space, observing the imaginary rotation of the luminous cylinder.
The work is inspired by the concept of "Tipler time machine" based on the assumption that an infinitely long volume in rotation along its longitudinal axis, It can cause mutations in space-time, spatial and temporal distortions that would make it possible to time travel.
The animations continuous RGB laser give the idea of ​​rotating matter, generating a strobe effect. For users it is proposed an optical effect: It may seem that their rotation is slow, others will be fast, some will observe the movement in a clockwise direction, still others in the opposite direction.

 

 

Would be

VOLNA is a collective of artists of St. Petersburg, Russia.
The group comes from different backgrounds: architecture, design, art and cultural studies, But all of them are common the shared will to transform and artistically deformed spaces.
Their main passion is to create large-scale light installations.
They attach great importance to every stage of the work, the development and graphic visualization of concepts, continuing during the entire production cycle, including assembly, programming and documentation.

VJ Janus

Itertime
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Performance itinerante

 

ITERTIME

The artist wearing a mask patented technology, called Janus VJ, composed from one place on the back screen and a camera connected to it, to resume what comes before. He walks the path to the Festival by creating a performative intervention traveling, involving passers-by and the surrounding space. Shooting with the camera captures pieces of the present: life, people, details and light.
Everything is automatically converted into images, Once transmitted on screen, already belong to the past.
Take this, turn it into the past and back.

 

 

Simona Verrusio aka VJ Janus

Simona Verrusio, performer, filmmaker and director.
His artistic career began in 1998, following theater classes, with Strasberg method and the Academy Theater biennium Clock.
He loves to write, stories and poems, make videos, Wolfs. In the last few years, as a performer and cultural worker, participates and organizes multidisciplinary cultural events.
She graduated at the Dams in Roma3 2012. With the patented technological mask VJ Janus questions on the inside and outside of oneself.

Frederick Baruzzi Vaj

Urban Ghosts
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URBAN GHOST

The artist has created a site-specific acting on the shutters of Largo Perestrello market through the use of transparent fluorescent paint, picking up color only by Wood's lamp.
For the artist urban lighting it must also be seen in an alternative way, with critical sense, in order to avoid light pollution, but without giving to focus on detail.
The life of the colors of the day is prolonged into the night, in new ways, vaguely distorted and dissonant.

 

Frederick Baruzzi Vaj

Frederick Baruzzi is a light artist, designer and interior designer graduated in 2008 at IED in Rome.
He specializes attending a master in "Domestic Landscape" at the NABA in Milan ended in 2010. Over the years he is passionate about lighting techniques, acquiring knowledge and technical capabilities on materials and sound technical.
Working with light is, for him, create parallel psychic realities.

Alessandra Moscow Amapola and Stefano Tommasi

Cronopios TEST
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Lightales Photography via Mori, 17

 

CRONOPIOS TEST

Cronopios is a bright dance of two stars that come alive for four hands, two heads and a single body.
Two creatures interpenetrating, if odorano, dance, merge.
A sensual journey of snakes winding with musical soul in a cosmos of stars.
A milky way, a constellation of eyes that open and close.
A come and go, a pick up and leave, a lost and found, a swing and tap.
Cronopios steals Cortazar his name. Julio defines his creations as out designs from the margins, poetry without rhyme. green Creatures, aqueous, The idealistic disordinate.
They feed on old sounds, legends and shade of trees.
They look at eachother, you listen, They can be breathed in circle as the Cyclops.
I have Cronopios behavior of poets, of antisocial.
They lose their heads when they fall in love, stop writing on paper and begin to write poetry anywhere, even in the firmament.

 

ALESSANDRA MOSCOW AMAPOLA

Eclectic and versatile, a complete artist who finds his home in the art, his refuge, its playground.
He has lived and continues to live a thousand lives through the characters he plays, videos which creates, collaborations with artists from around the world.
photography, painters, sculptors, writers, videomaker, musicians, etc. become his arms, legs, hands ... more extensions of a creative choral embrace.

 

STEFANO TOMMASI

Stefano Tommasi is a freelance photographer, a poet of the image.
He began his career of artistic research in 2006.Frequenta technical training courses in Milan and Florence and follows its experimentation in the field of conceptual photography.
Winner of the second prize jury, the national contest "Premio Cascella 2012 ”. He exhibited his works throughout Italy and, recently, in France.
It nel 2016, photographer of "Haberowski" project Alessandro Haber. Participate, with the work "Bla bla bla", the competition Magnum Photography Awards 2016, art category. With the same work,He won the first prize of "Simultaneously Porcari 2016".
Exposes Carmaux ( France ), the new project "The dreams of the mind".
It is inserted in the archive of the self Italian photo (MUSINF), along with famous names in Italian photography.

Emblematic

After Solitary
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Arena Aurora, Via di Tor Pignattara 78

 

AFTER SOLITARY

After Solitary is innovative journalistic experience: a storytelling using photogrammetry in virtual reality VR combined with a theatrical monologue, capable of involving the viewer into a visual experience to 360 °.
The viewer experiences the experience of being in a cell of dimensions 4x2 m, the same one that has occupied Kenny Moore, inmate sentenced to spend much of his final sentence in isolation in the prison of Maine, in the United States.
“After Solitary” proposed for # RGB18 tells the story of Kenny, recently released after years in isolation, outlining a character disruptive profile and unstable aggravated by such penalty.
The audio-visual experience that is going to live catapults us into the isolation arm along with Kenny, taking a step back in time, and living with him his ordeal.
The Emblematic team managed to create a unique product combining a journalistic storytelling in a theatrical monologue able not only to tell a story, but allow it to live to 360 ° viewers.

The video will be presented in their original language, in English.

 

Emblematic

Emblematic, a team of artists composed of filmmakers, journalists and designers, founded in 2007 da Nonny de la Peña, known as “godmother of virtual reality”.
The team thanks to his work manages to create, prepare environments that have a strong impact on viewers, virtual reality created at the local level means that engages the user on the scene of history and be able to move within it.

Sync

The sound colors of Torpignattara
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Via Carlo della Rocca, 39

 

THE COLORS OF SOUND Torpignattara

Sounds, noises and voices of the territory. The project wants to spread, through installation, the sound colors of the neighborhood. They used audio recordings of roads built with the students in the Shooting Sound School of Art Film Gian Maria Volonte. The sounds will be part of a sound mapping of the neighborhood.

 

Sync
cultural association born in Torpignattara to promote the 'conscious listening and enhancement of the radio medium on the territory. Sync is formed by a group of professionals and enthusiasts Sound, He wants to be an aggregation platform and experimentation of sound and radio languages.

Collective Metadiapason

Memory XII
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Centro Cultural Space Empire, Via Bullicante Water 133

 

MEMORY XII

Fond memory brings the light of other days around me.” Thomas Moore

In the future, and in part already present, We understand the enormous loss due to inability to read data stored in electronic memories, digital and analog, we used to years. Floppy disk, magnetic tapes, vhs, compact disc, dvd, pen drive: memories that, in addition to suffer the own obsolescence and supports necessary to read them, We preserve with great carelessness.
What will remain of these memories that make up the lives of several generations of memory?
What is the relationship between these memories and human memory, both biologically as a network of electrical impulses that socially as a network of relationships?

 

Collective Metadiapason

The collective consists of Leonardo Zaccone, Francesco Guarino and Stella Passerini, experiments with forms of participatory art through digital and social interaction, investigating the relationship between technology and humanism.

Yasuhiro Chida

dark Manageability
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Garage below Largo Pedestrian between Via and Via Gabrino Fondulo Pigneto

 

dark airing

An aluminum wheel composed of a LED light, rotates slowly in the center of the complex.
A nylon thread cobweb, placed throughout the room, reflecting the light emanating from the LEDs, so as to create thousands and thousands of tiny points of light that move in space.
The impression is to witness the natural phenomenon known as the '' diamond dust '': a weather event that can be seen on a clear day in Antarctica. The phenomenon occurs when ice crystallized in the air reflected the sun's rays.
Thousands of tiny floating, flowing lights, that draw in air, leave the viewer the idea of ​​immersion in water.

 

Yasuhiro Chida

Yasuhiro Chida, born in 1977 a Kanagawa, in Japan.
He graduated in architecture at the Musashino Art University. It 'the first Asian artist selected for the SIGNAL, the largest arts festival in the Czech Republic.
He participated at the Amsterdam Light Festival, one of the biggest festivals of the light of the world.
He collaborates with the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan and JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency).
His research ranges from the boundaries of art and science. Join RGB18 with two works: 0.04 and dark Manageability.