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  1. Live Soundtrack 77 | ARTiglieria, 13.04.2024. | 19:30

    Sheeba EXP, Demetrio Cecchitelli, Santa Cecilia & Semionauta, Ago, Programma 101, Transink

  2. Live Soundtrack / Season 8 continues its 77th journey this Saturday (13.4) in Florence, in the amazing arts / events space ARTiglieria.

    Much love and gratitude goes to Matteo Trevisan ( @sheeba.exp ) for curating this amazing line-up of musicians largely based in Florence, @art.iglieria crew for the enthusiasm to host the event and full support, and Gaia Altucci ( @gaia.altucci ) for the graphic design for the web.

    It is a continuation of the beloved analog film programme, with few more events happening until late June, including Vacationland by Alexander Bickford (music by Sheeba Exp.), Picturing a Micropolis by Panu Johansson (music by Transink), To all Those by Josh Weissbach (music by Demetrio Cecchitelli), A Place in the Cosmos by Gavin Hipkins (music by Santa Cecilia & Semionauta), Spinning by Rennie Taylor (music by Ago), The Fabricated Wild by Nick Twardus (music by Ago & Programma 101), and In Search of Mount Analogue by Leonardo Pirondi (music by Programma 101), with a eclectic selection of performers who will bring their own musical influences and sensibilities to an original and engaging experience.

  3. Sheeba Exp.

    Sheeba Exp. is the solo project of Matteo Trevisan (IT), electronic artist and multidisciplinary researcher already involved in other collaborative projects.
    Radio producer with the program Of Wolves, broadcast monthly on Fango Radio and co-founder of the electronic and experimental music festival Bologna Elettrica (2017-2019), Sheeba Exp. also collaborates in the editorial staff of The New Noise magazine.


  4. Demetrio Cecchitelli

    Born in 1997.
    Musician whose research in the sound field is applied in live performance, installation, radio and audiovisual contexts. Active since 2016, he has now had more than forty record releases, and has performed in various areas of the European electronic scene. He curates the THE CAVE exhibition together with Jacopo Buda, and the online series [avant session]. He has collaborated as a sound designer in the field of theater and performing arts with various entities, including Motus.

  5. Santa Cecilia & Semionauta

    Duo formed by the performer and vocal experimenter Cecilia Lentini and the musician and researcher of new technologies Giordano Fiacchini. Their collaboration converges in the exploration of multimodal artistic practices in which sound, voice, body and technology meet freely, creating immersive listening experiences. Rejecting the limits of the genre, they seek sound encounters that escape definition, moving from ambient to noise, crossing the ballad between dark and ethereal atmospheres.

    Since 2021 they have been founders of the Artificial Ecosystems platform with which they produce multidisciplinary projects between art, music, new technologies...

    a performance by Santa Cecilia & Semionauta for Fabbrica Europa Festival

  6. Ago 

    Agostino Isola - aka Ago - is a Florentine producer and composer. His musical productions range from bass music to ambient, thanks to which he has performed in numerous national and international contexts, both as a soloist and as a member of the Numa Crew collective. In recent years he has approached the world of image composition, producing songs for soundtracks of television series and documentaries. On this occasion he will perform an unreleased song composed largely with the Lyra-8 synthesizer.

  7. Programma 101

    Niccolò Vannucchi, better known as Programma 101, is a techno artist with a fervent passion for synthesizers. In addition to being a producer with several releases on major labels, he also stands out for his dedication to sound and the creation of ambient music. In his sound arsenal the Korg Monopoly synth stands out, an instrument that he uses to create rich and enveloping atmospheres.

  8. Photo gallery : 

    (by Giulia de Riso)

  9. Film program 

  10. Panu Johansson - Picturing a Micropolis: 96100-97690 (FI, 2018, 11')

    “Picturing a Micropolis: 96100-97690”
     is a city symphony and short experimental film that depicts Rovaniemi, the capital of Finnish Lapland.The film is not only a result of years of filming and grass-roots level observing, but also an entity in which all the details captured on film – images, memories, seasons and neighbourhoods – are swarmed to the viewers retina as an intense kinetic stream. Eventually the grainy mass of shots forms a new kind of bare image of the city, which also reflects on a larger scale Finland’s real national landscapes: forest-encircled suburbs made of concrete.

  11. Gavin Hipkins - A Place in Cosmos (New Zealand, 2020, 10’)

    Located in rural Aotearoa New Zealand, a full-scale concrete adaptation of Stonehenge is an active observatory and portal to other worlds. Shot on Super 8mm, this end-of-time silent film navigates science fiction tropes through spatial circularity and cosmic rhythms.

  12. Josh Weissbach - To All Those (US, 2020, 7’)

    a city symphony in miniature, dedicated to anyone who has gotten lost in thought while stuck on the midwinter train. to all that unfolds in those private reveries.

  13. Rennie Taylor - Spinning (CA, 2019, 3')

    Spinning is a self-portrait performance against the backdrop of a tumultuous external landscape. Drawing inspiration from the trailblazing camera movements exemplified in John Porter's Cinefuge 4 (1980), and the avant-garde cemetery scene in Sergio Leone's masterpiece, The Good, The Bad and the Ugly (1966), this short film captures a symphony of perfect chaos. Spinning
     is a tapestry centered on the self.

  14. Nick Twardus - The Fabricated Wild (US, 2020, 10’)

    The Fabricated Wild explores the intersections between the natural and artificial within the Florida wilderness using personal film-making technology. Images strictly of the natural landscape are sequenced to break from traditional cinematic viewing techniques. Images foreground the natural Florida landscape in the frame and communicate how cinema fabricates the expansive wilderness. The Fabricated Wild frames the complex interaction between a frustrated filmmaker and the collective unconsciousness of the natural environment, a theory outlined by Carl Jung, considering the implications and discoveries along the way. The film frames the experience of interacting with and revealing the forest’s collective unconsciousness that is frequently hidden in cinema to call for an experimental way to engage with the natural landscape. 16mm, Super 8.

  15. Leonardo Pirondi - In Search of Mount Analogue (US, 2021, 4’)

    In Search of Mount Analogue journeys through ocean and land, bringing life to the imagined, metaphorical, and mysterious island from the 1952 novel, “Mount Analogue,” by René Daumal. The film uses 16mm film to capture computer-generated images that create an immersive, but rather odd, landscape of Mount Analogue.

  16. Alexander Bickford – Vacationland (US, 2022, 8’)

    The dizzying dreams of summertime.