Alessandro Panzetti

Alessandro Panzetti

Anamorfosi cinetica – Prassinoscopio

Spazio Impero Via di Acqua Bullicante, 133

Anamorfosi cinetica – Prassinoscopio

Inspired by the pre-cinema machine from which it takes its name, Alessandro Panzetti wanted to highlight the functional aspect of compositional simulation of enhancing the dynamism of movement capable geometries, when observing the building work, creating combinations of shapes absolutely not random and, when it is in rotation, the same shapes become a fundamental part of a three-dimensional hypnotic kaleidoscope in the cyclical nature of the movement.

The Praxinoscope is a pre-cinema machine that was born in 1876 to create the illusion of movement of the static figures. This my Praxinoscope wants to overturn the functionality or, at least, make it reversible: when the machine is at a standstill, the phases are compositional elements of a space and their aggregation it therefore constitutes the architecture, the aesthetics or the decomposition of the movement becomes the compositional criteria of space, criterion which is, however, revealed only when the machine is in motion and illuminated by a light button: in this logic, the rotation of the disc thus assumes a subordinate functionality because it serves to reveal the compositional criterion of a space as happens nell'anamorfosi perspective when viewing the work from the right point of view. The praxinoscope, with this in mind, It is similar to anamorphosis because it too requires an observation condition that allows to reveal the shape (as its etymology from the greek Anamorphosis, comp. in ana- 'New' and morphe 'form') to know the reason for being.

Alessio Spirli

Alessio Spirli

Wide Open

Arena Aurora Via di Tor Torpignattara, 78

Wide Open

Wide Open was born as a research, in an effort to "raise awareness" and deepen the current 3D representation techniques.. The starting point is "Camera degli sposi", a famous fresco by Andrea Mantegna which alters the architecture through the optical illusion. Mantegna's work becomes an evocative object that triggers a virtual device where the point of view is overturned,, in which the reproduction instruments are interrogated,, in a layering of patterns, technical, effects.

Alessio Spirli (aka k.137) creates networks between computers, he converts any signals from the time domain and the frequency, dividing them into a series of harmonic functions applied to the video and the generation of 3D animations in real time.

Anonima Lights Studio

Anonima Lights Studio

Dal tramonto all'alba

Via del Pigneto, 22

Dal tramonto all’alba

Placing itself beetwen Urban Light and Light Desing, ...Dal Tramonto all’Alba… It is an operation that rewrites a courtyard in Via del Pigneto, creating a dense, bright and picturesque landscape...Dal Tramonto all’Alba… It captures the natural colors of light visible in the sky in the two moments of its glory, sunset and sunrise, creating a powerful chromatic dynamic that redefines the meaning and functions. Urban space is charged with epidermal meanings that speak directly to the body of the beholder: eyes, skin, thought, emotion. The orange and blue, hot and cold, the beginning and the end: ...Dal Tramonto all’Alba… it uses light and color to spread out all the possible implications of space,, which stop to be a place and becomes a veritable organ of narration,, imagination, experience.


Anonima Lights is a lighting design studio based in Milan founded by Alberto Wise and Stefania Kalogeropoulos. Alberto is an industrial designer specializing in Lighting Design, Stefania is an architect specialized in Lighting and Design Exhibition. Both individually collaborate with design studios developing projects for the luxury retail, hospitality, cultural heritage and residential, etc. In 2018 They decided to combine their technical and design skills by founding the study of Anonima Lighting Lights, dealing with light at 360 degrees, from the product to the project,, dedicating an important part to the experimentation more linked to Art and to the emotional aspect of light..

BURNINGMAX + ROMAN BURNERS + FRIENDS

BURNINGMAX + ROMAN BURNERS + FRIENDS

H2O (Arch of 'water)

Parco Giordano Sangalli

H2O (Arch of 'water)

H2O is a collaborative project of Burningmax with the Roman community of Burning Man (Roman Burners) and the support of the Roman art scene artists (Friends). Opera site-specific per RGB 2019, it will also participate in the European festival circuit in Burning Man 2020.

H2O starts from the relationship with the territory to articulate a political statement word through artistic and interactive technologies language (#artivismo). The installation takes the typical architectural elements of the Roman aqueducts while raising social and environmental issues such as water emergency, consumption and pollution from plastic, and the role of corporations in the global water crisis. H2O interacts with the audience thanks to LED inside the structure and a sound environment controlled by Arduino, sensors and mapping software. www.h2oproject.it

Massimo Burgio by the late '80s he is expressed creatively with various formats, from photography to electronic music, contemporary art. Since 2003 It develops various projects for the Burning Man community, hence its nickname Burningmax. His recent artistic production is a form of #artivismo, social activism through art: Orwell Monegros Project, in the trenches of the Spanish Civil War; Apelles for the fourteenth edition of Land Art Campi Flegrei, The Zone in the Tuscan woods for the Italian community of Burning Man, 50 Shades of Green, experiential installation dedicated to the culture cannabica. www.burningmax.com

Collective Metadiapason

Collective Metadiapason

FYI

Largo Bartolomeo Parestrello

FYI is a site specific installation that interfaces with IAQOS, Artificial Intelligence for Neighborhood Open Source, developed by artists Oriana Persico and Salvatore Iaconesi, that is training on Torpignattara district. If IAQOS already virtually interacts with those who live in the neighborhood, FIY wants to give a concrete form in a public space, and outlined a system of lights. The one that comes to life during FYI will be a real conversation in the presence of local residents, someone in the flesh and someone in data circuits. A gazebo houses a public that, through a microphone connected to the control system, will speak to the 'AI which will respond in turn through pulses and modulations bright, dialogue as well with the entire neighborhood.

The collective experience different art forms, the installation performance, investigating the relationship between technology and humanism through digital and social interaction.

Born on impulse Leonardo Zaccone, It involves artists always different from project to project. Per FYI: Stella Passerini, Francesco Guarino, Elena Raimondi.

Daniele Sigalot

Daniele Sigalot

ENOUGH

Via della Marranella, 13

ENOUGH

From a collaboration between the Roman artist Daniele Sigalot and Creative Lab Chirale, ENOUGH was born, a luminous installation that makes the time its raw material. ENOUGH is a timed work that wants to last long enough.. How much? Only one thousand years. A countdown of 31556908800 seconds, managed by a digital system designed specifically for the work that never stops counting, also from unlit. The great trial, with its numbers from the red light, lead to an act of faith: this time not in reality but in how acquiescent in the art and its imaginative capacity. In ENOUGH Time is precious and becomes matter conceptualistic and physical work also recalling the History of Art in which, in all ages, Time is one of the most recurring elements.

Daniele Sigalot (Roma, 1976). In 2010 He opens in Berlin on his studio-workshop dubbed "La Pizzeria", operational until 2018. Since January 2019 he moved to Naples, opening "New Pizzeria". The focus of his research revolves around the ambiguity between the perception of the materials used and their real nature, by contrast a key to all his works.

Diego Labonia

Diego Labonia

Near Death

Metro C station Piazza Malatesta

Near Death starts from the stories of people who have found themselves next to the Near Death Experience (NDA) and returned back. Near Death is a place, a contact zone between life and death, a passage space, the point in which one can choose which side to take.. No matter what choice do, your life will never be the same. Near Death is a site specific installation that collects traces shown by those who have temporarily gone through life than the one we know, attempting to recreate this indescribable place through the light and movement, in relation to the external environment. Challenging the language skills to express what can only be lived, break the collective imagination scheme, bring back the man at the center of his being without dogmas and paradigms, only in absolute beauty.

Near Death was donated to the district by the Cultural Lights Shadows, which realizes the RGB festival Light Experience.

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.

Diego Repetto & Enzo Cimino

Diego Repetto & Enzo Cimino

Inside The Secret Garden

Underground parking Via del Pigneto- Via Zenodossio

Inside The Secret Garden

A lawn with real clouds immersed in a rarefied light and a sound environment generate a kind of secret and unexpected garden inside the underground parking. An immersive room that reproduces a garden or regenerating paceful park, stimulating the five senses, and in contrast with the cold cement which is composed of the garage. Inside the secret gardenof Diego Repetto and Enzo Cimino want to experience areas that are able to have social relevance and imaginative.

Diego Repetto is an architect, designer and artist active mainly in the design of Land Art works and Land Lighting. He collaborates with research groups such as the Ideal Spaces Working Group, He creates works in partnership with numerous public and university institutions.

Enzo Cimino is sound and interaction designer. He works as a musician with various artists including: Iosonouncane, DeusExMachina, Marco Parente, Beatrice Antolini, Mirko Mariani. He was part of the band Mariposa. He realizes scores / soundtracks for movies and sound environments for art installations.

Eleonora Fantini

Eleonora Fantini

Esserella

Largo Bartolomeo Perestrello

Esserella

It is the story of Esserella,
Born, changed, reshuffled,
in the many meetings she made along the way ...
It tells and feels told
in this story figured,
that with some weird sounds
guide her from the inside out.
Sings, screams, has fun ...
sometimes she has everything, sometimes nothing ...
Plays, listens, sounds and dances
until one night something changes ...
She will continue with her story
understanding here, which is a memory game ...
Sometimes she looks, sometimes she hears, sometimes she smells,
understanding also, that her life is just beginning..
So she feels..
And after a long way ... she finally love.

Esserella is a live story presented in a harmonious theater wood, entirely made and hand-cured by the author. The singular Esserella story will be told through the play of light and shadow that come alive in the wooden theater, where you meet different characters who accompany the public in the heart of the narrative.

duration 20′
timetables 18:30 – 19:30 – 20:30 – 21:30 – 22:30 – 23:30

Eleonora Fantini was born in Rome. She studied music and she has been moved up to the theater, making small shows at festivals in France and Portugal. The merger of the two disciplines are born of musical tales, that come to life in a harmonious theater of light and shadow.

Fabio Pulsinelli

Fabio Pulsinelli

Temporary needs spaces

Sono Frankie Piazza N. Copernico, 10

Temporary needs spaces

The ritual, the tradition, the spirituality, the memory of practices related to the universe intimate affections. Traces of a time that today perhaps no longer exists, swept away and forgotten by new rhythms, new myths, new urgencies. Fabio Pulsinelli in his light installation Temporary needs spaces gives voice to urgency, to get back in touch with all this, creating three independent spaces but intimately linked that modify the scenario of a portion of the city. Holy Frame, Intimate Slot, Universal Universe represent three dimensions in which stop the automatic flow of daily life, experiencing again the experience - revolutionary today - the break, to rediscover what we have forgotten, to retrace the intimate size of the emotions and memory, find the reference points of our hope.

Fabio Pulsinelli is an artist and User Experience Designer. His work is born from the human need to rely on specific and improbable beliefs, delegating to higher entities the incessant need to feel protected and psychologically stable. His research looks towards those areas that marketing, technology and their strategies can not or maybe they should not reach, we exist as individuals and not as consumers. His work distorts life and daily action,, taking them from the ordinary state to the extraordinary and vice versa, using the most simple means of human imagination.

Jeremy Oury

Jeremy Oury

Sparrow

Arena Aurora Via di Tor Torpignattara, 78

Sparrow

Sparrow is a 3D video installation that blurs the boundaries between digital and real, between synthetic and organic, between artificial and human and makes the deep forms that unite them perceptible.. Jeremy Oury in Sparrow he creates an immersive and engaging experience that draws the viewer into a hypnotic journey into the digital system, which then he reveals his living nature triggering a sensory,, synaesthetic and intellectual relationship with the viewer.. Through the 3D video technology, a subtle play of shapes and colors shaping up,, accompanied by a soundtrack upset, that stimulates the dive and the public's imagination in this digital world. The viewer has the feeling of entering deeply into matrix that reflects our brain activity. But in the end, isn't digital built like an organic system??

Jeremy Oury combines sound and image to create unique mapping or digital installations and promotes an innovative vision of abstract audiovisual. He experiences through each form of intermediate linking everything that can cooperate to creating a synesthetic score in different ways (architectural mapping, lED screens, Faulldome, immersive installations). He develops any creative process working on the symbols and the collective imagination through simple themes to create a narrative logic within the visual effects. His artworks have received awards at various international festivals.

Lea Anna Brugnoli and innovation

Lea Anna Brugnoli and innovation

Riflessi

Fontana - Giardini di Piazza Eratostene

Riflessi

Riflessi is a luminous sculpture that plays with water, the mirror and on their power to deform the image. Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza starting from the definition of anamorphosis (the effect of optical illusion that an image is distorted and becomes recognizable only by looking at a precise location) and decline on the figure of the fountain - specifically, the fountain in Piazza Erastotene. An imaginative and liquid dialogue is established between the fountain and the installation,, in which a series of possible and changing scenarios come to life,, in continuous movement. Ironical visions of impossible fountains alternate with jets of water where the projected images and the mirrored real figures of the visitors blend together.. Only by standing next to the existing sculpture, and then in perfect harmony with it, you can watch the game of anamorphosis.


Mother and daughter, Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza work together in a process of digitization of pre-cinema games and optical illusions.
Anna Torazza deals with animations, short films, games of pre-cinema exhibitions and installations. Through projects with schools, won numerous awards in national and international, and she is the author of the book "IMMAGINinAZIONE – by optical effects to the cartoon ". Even as a Film Elios Carmagnola management and programming, Torino.
Lea Brugnoli works in Berlin and Turin, dealing with multidisciplinary projects where interaction is a fundamental element, between architecture and cinema. She study the technology through moving images for installation and performing arts. Since 2015 she has been specializing in screenings..

Malombra

Malombra

Ciclolisergico a pedali

Sopra Garage Area pedonale Via del Pigneto – Via Gabrino Fondulo

CICLOLISERGICO A PEDALI is an interactive light installation for a spectator at a time, It comes from the theater show of shadows De. . Lete.

Among optical effect, physical experience and lysergic trip, viewers / cyclists are pedaling inside a magic tunnel and imaginary, plunged into the sound produced ad hoc by Andrea Fish. The machine is activated by the viewer-pedalatore that, pedaling, gives energy to a lamp and a scooter which projects in front of the viewer-pedalatore the shadow of a rotating spiral, thus activating the immersive projection of the imaginary tunnel. The installation was realized with the dynamo created by Raniero Terrible - Saperenetwork.


The artistic research of Malombra (Marco Guarrera and Camila Chiozza) wants to develop a contemporary reinterpretation of the shadow theater, without changing the original appearance. The technique to realize the mass shadows in point by the director, Marco Guarrera, harks back to the pre-cinema, recreating a kind of contemporary phantasmagoria. The light source, the use of models and an unpublished stage machine, return the projection of moving shadows, with an effect comparable to the film camera movement.

Marco Brianza

Marco Brianza

#rgbrecolor

Cortile Condominio - Viale dell’Acquedotto Alessandrino,103

#rgbrecolor

#rgbrecolor of Marco Brianza is an installation that connects the urban space with the space of the Internet through the light: the color of a photo posted online becomes the color of one of the physical world space. #rgbrecolor takes action in the panorama of the city transforming a condominium of Tor Pignattara into "timeline" of a social network.. #rgbrecolor is an opportunity for interaction with the territory, which gives the opportunity to the people to play with the festival audience and vice versa: the windows so it becomes the symbolic place of exchange with the outside. Each window of the building will in fact be illuminated by a special lamp connected, receiving real-time information from the network. Viewers will then be the designers of this light architecture: publishing a photo on Instagram with the tag #rgbrecolor, they will send the color to a window of the apartment building.

Marco Brianza (Varese, 1972) is a visual artist who places at the base of his work the observation of changes in the physical world, focusing mainly on the visual phenomena. To capture the essence of the changes, he uses photography conceived as recording changes in light, using sensors of varying complexity, creating the software algorithms that process and select the information. His works, presented in several European festivals, are presented in various aesthetic forms, using techniques ranging from paper to environmental installations that use light devices, and by the same artist display.

MediaMash Studio / Luca Mauceri

MediaMash Studio / Luca Mauceri

La lunga notte piena degli inganni delle varie immagini

Space Empire Road Marranella 112

La lunga notte piena degli inganni delle varie immagini

Starting with a poetic and literary suggestion, the visionary collection Canti Orifici Dino Campana, MediaMash Studio creates a video installation that takes the audience on a metaphysical space. La lunga notte piena degli inganni delle varie immagine overturns the notions of inside and outside, of subject and object, blasting the logic as much as the perception. The public will to live a dream space with surreal moths, that move within a window looking for a way out. Are the moths who want to enter or are we the ones who want to go out? ? Who is looking for city lights??

MediaMash Studio is a collective of artists based in Florence which deals with contemporary art and 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. They realize video-mapping and interactive exhibits exhibit, festivals and Italian institutions.

Luca Mauceri (1981, Florence) Artist and visual designer. He devoted himself to the study of the landscape and the interaction between man and nature. His work is characterized by the creation of site-specific works to which combines frequently primordial and technological media materials.

Patricio Ballesteros Ledesma

Patricio Ballesteros Ledesma

Circulaciòn

Asilo La Magnolia Piazza dei Condottieri, 34

Circulaciòn

Blood through veins, data through networks, waves through the air, us through the world, sap through the capillaries, water through the seas, vehicles anywhere, the Moon around the Earth, the planet in the universe. Everything is in circulation, everything is outstanding. Circulation is movement, dynamics, crossing. And it’s what connects different spaces, that makes possible the transmission of elements, communication between distant locations, redefine the scenarios, the very existence of entire portions of reality. From this abstract concept but extremely fruitful, Patricio Ballesteros Ledesma creates a video-architectural intervention that is part of a side of Via del Pigneto and revives, celebrating the imaginative power and generative of this vital principle, which informs and transforms everything. .

Patricio Ballesteros Ledesma is an artist, manufacturer of audio-visual and Buenos Aires journalist, in Argentina, for thirty years. He studied social communication, held film and video courses, He has produced over 150 short films and experimental video art, including the digital soundtrack and the editing, as well as take photos and composing music. His works have been selected and screened at festivals in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Spain, UK, United States.

Quantum Lab

Quantum Lab

Luminous bodies

Marranella Gallery Road Marranella, 39

Luminous bodies

The project Luminous bodies It is proposed as perceptual experience of self in relation to the collectivity, a light path where the user will be living space as protagonist of. Driven by a UV light, as in a threshold that projects in a cosmic dimension, those who benefit from the work will pass through this space and will arrive at its heart heart, where the light is expressed in its colors. On a mirror carpet they are activated light beams, that transform multiple and colored shadows of people in colorful silhouettes, questioning the relationships between single and multiple, between the real and reflected, between light and shadow. In a neighborhood inhabited by different identities, Luminous Bodies put under the same light each subject, and its many facets.

Quantum Lab It is a multidisciplinary art collective that was born from the Architecture, Art and Design. Giacomo Rossi, Raffaella Romano and Serena Bisceglia merge their professional experiences driven by the common interest in the study of light. Through its experience and offer perceptive experiences that have as their main medium the "luminous matter" in its various manifestations. The collaborative practice Quantum Lab, linking art and science to explore the relationship of light with ourselves and with the space that surrounds us.

 

Quiet Ensemble

Quiet Ensemble

Aereal light works: secondo studio

Spazio Impero Via di Acqua Bullicante, 133

Aereal light works: secondo studio

Aerial light works: secondo studio is an immersive installation which Quiet Ensemble continues their research on "solid light". As well as Solid light begans to experience, Aerial light works: secondo studio is the next stage of work around a technique which in itself contains a meta-physical concept: that tells how light can become substance, sculpting space and innervate it of an imaginative determination and sense. Simple Architectures take shape in the dust, forms of light and random reflections are suspended in motion. A music box with light and sound fills the empty space enveloping the audience in an immersive and evanescent environment..

Quiet Ensemble was born in 2009 from Fabio Di Salvo and Bernardo Vercelli. Their research focuses its observation balance between chaos and control, Nature and Technology, creating subjects that combine those elements that are formed by the ratio between the organic and artificial subjects, focusing on insignificant and wonderful elements, like the movement of a fly or the sound of trees.

 

Robert Sochacki

Robert Sochacki

41.888730 12.527426

Railway Bridge Via del Pigneto

The site-specific work is designed to create a visual interpretation of the curvature of space-time. The artist has created the illusion of an infinite mirror that lights up 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.

Sebastiano Romano

Sebastiano Romano

Trame di luce

Parco Giordano Sangalli

Trame di luce

In a stratch of Acquedotto Alessandrino that resists the new urban morphology of the city of Rome is realized an unusual 'lighting': a visionary proposal that transforms the architectural element in an imaginary body in which the viewer can read various forms and perceive different suggestions. The use of 'theatrical' projectors allows to realize dynamic effects recreating a new architectural element size plastic. Trame di luce wants to be an intervention of urban setting that turns the places of the city, making surreal, radically transforming them to be so rewritten and crossed by other practices - Artistic, imaginative, and making them the seat of otherwise unthinkable experiences..

Sebastiano Romano, costume designer, light artist, He began his career in 1980, working with major directors, theater companies and the most important national and international theaters (Teatro alla Scala, National Institute of Ancient Drama Schauspielhaus Salzburg, Metropolitan Opera House di New York). Since 2006 drafting new artistic experience creating light installations in urban spaces and historical sites. His artistic work binds so deeply use of light, as evidenced by the numerous interventions made in Milan, in the historic centers of Arona, Syracuse, Taormina, Arezzo, Rovereto and Bergamo, in Rocca di Spoleto and finally in the original staging of the opera Pagliacci Archaeological Park Scolacium (Catanzaro).

Simona Noera

Simona Noera

The Garden City

Parking Via del Pigneto / Via Lodovico Pavoni

The Garden City

The Garden City is a site-specific installation of video mapping that takes advantage of the genius loci of Pigneto to tell, through augmented reality, The life stories of the place, from its origins to the present day. A city garden outside each plan, strongly promoted and carried out by the inhabitants themselves. This installation is a tribute to the maze of villas and gardens now incorporated the experience Subway, bringing the Pigneto and even more specifically the neighborhood of cottages, to its original meaning: The railway workers neighborhood, the city of prenestino garden. At the same time you want to offer an opportunity to reflect on his future. The accompanying sound will be looked after by the Roman historian musician Humandala Sound System (Patrick Flabiano).

Simona Noera aka m0rf [of Kinocirkus] It is a VJ born in Rome where he started in 2005 come video editor. It moved then to Prague in 2007, He began to devote himself to the live performances. It deals with video mapping, video installations, of stage design and creation of original visual content. He has worked for years with the most famous clubs in Prague and Czech musicians. Co-founder of the platform KinocirKus (from the 2010), It is also involved in the organization of the BYOB in Prague and between 2011 and the 2017 VJ regularly organized the meeting in Prague through the creation of VJs community in Prague. Currently she returned to live in Rome where he is experimenting with new AV performance projects and interactive installations.

Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre

Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre

Attraversamenti

via Bartolomeo Fanfulla 101

Attraversamenti

performer: Adriano Saleri
sound design: Ipologica

Crossing the boundaries between different cultures, between spectator and artistic action. The "border" physical, virtual, symbolic is not only a sign that separates and divides, but also in a common line through which the different touch and communicate cultures. The trespass is a constituent of meeting and comparison process by which the differences are relativized and may originate new paths. The trespassing is an enrichment, a valuable opportunity in which we can embrace a new idea without fear, is a put on and questioning without prejudices and false certainties. Attraversamenti of Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre wants to make visible the symbolic and political power of a concept so urgent in our present, creating light installation that will come to life in one of the city neighborhoods where the idea of ​​the border and its crossing is more central and perceptible.

Simone Palma it's a artist active in the field of multimedia in theater and performative. His works have been exhibited in several festivals, while in the theater / performative works with various 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, fit out the artist at the Vittoriano museum say and participation in the RGB LightFest 2018.