We are delighted to be working in partnership on the third edition of Tutto Questo Sentire, a five day artist-run residency in Tuscany that brings together a group of international researchers to reflect and explore their own personal practices in relation to the experience of sound.
Gathered for the occasion, contributing artists include Mille Plateaux, Editions Mego and raster noton affiliate Mark Fell who will take care of all computational technology matters, Canadian artist Crys Cole will operate electronics as multi-instrumentalist and composer Oren Ambarchi will bring in his experimental savoir-faire.
Italian cellist and electronic performer Sandro Mussida will be joined by singer Olivia Salvadori whilst visual artist Rebecca Salvadori will be responsible for video and multi-faceted composer and improviser Jan Hendrickse will take charge of the winds.
Tutto Questo Sentire exists in the form of a series of site-specific annual encounters that link and investigate the nature of sound and its intersection and relationship with time perception, environment awareness and live-performance practices.
The residency aims to produce an original piece of work integrating each artists individual practices in a structured collaborative process. The result of these five days of collaboration will be then presented to the public at the Botanical Gardens (Orto Botanico di Roma) in Rome on Friday 1st July 2016.