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Dante’s Songs

Composer Gianluca Verlingieri invited video artist Carlos Franklin (Colombia 1979) to undertake a dialogue between audio and video. Franklin responds to Verlingieri’s composition Dante’s Songs (2019-2020, for Synthi100 and samples of Antonella Bini’s contrabass-flute and Chiara De Palo’s voice) with a series of moving image gestures approaching the acousmatic processes undertaken by the composer: germination, granulation, iteration, inversion and crushing find their equivalents in different, previously analogue now digitally produced, image transformations: error, glitch and distortion will corrupt footage excerpts from an historical silent movie about Dante’s Inferno (1911), also producing deformation from an analysis and recreation through a learning machine.

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Mar 05 2022
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7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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  • Gianluca Verlingieri
    Gianluca Verlingieri

    Gianluca Verlingieri presented his music in venues such as INA-GRM in Paris, Italian Academy at Columbia University in New York, Renzo Piano’s Parco della Musica in Rome, Festival de Aix en Provence, Staatsoper Berlin, Geneva’s Dome, Bach Festival Leipzig, ARD Radio Days at ZKM Karlsruhe and many other stages worldwide. His new album has been released by NEOS Music.

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EASTN-DC, European Art-Science-Technology Network for Digital Creativity, is a network dedicated to the time-based digital arts: musical arts, visual arts, performing and interactive arts.  It is gathering 16 partners in 13 different countries from Europe to the Americas. They will host and exchange about 70 creators in the frame of a 16 international events tour spread over 4 years. These privileged moments, in direct contact with the audience, will frame a new and systemic approach, binding the Knowing “Disseminate”, the Learning “Inseminate”, the Making “Collect”, a digital creativity factory leading to a creative citizen.

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