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It’s a long time i don’t post about sites/blog/… of others.
today i’ve been inspired by this blog… i admit i didn’t browse in it too deeply but as i said, something of this site inspires me: maybe it’s the fanzine [is so rare today (and i appreciate) to find people that spend time and money in paper], or maybe is because i’ve seen interesting pictures of instruments and creations.
one day i’ll know
oN Sunday (june 12th) been to MaXXI – museum of modern art in Rome –
in it i found an open minding exhibit of PISTOLETTO… but this kind of places are architettonically so peaceful that would be amazing also if they where FULLY EMPTY.
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Seconde Nature is a multidisciplinary project dedicated to new forms of creation in the fields of electronic music, digital art, and other cultural oddities.
Besides the festival and other events throughout the year, our activity involves workshops, artist residencies, public and professional seminars and conferences, and a program of intercultural exchanges that commenced in 2007 with the music and art scenes of Beirut.
Our music programming places cutting-edge experimental acts and electroacoustic performances alongside the most exciting and accessible developments in electronic music and left-of-centre headline artists. Multimedia arts presented at Seconde Nature take the form of interactive installations and performances, works exploring human/technology relationships, digital animation, short films and cinema, concentrating particularly on cross media hybrid works and collaborations.
Seconde Nature evolved from two festivals that grew up side-by-side in Aix-en-Provence and Marseilles. «Territoires Electroniques », and many other events since 1997, was produced by Biomix and principally focused on electronic music. «Arborescence» was initiated by Terre Active and was developed as a multimedia art festival. In 2007, the two sister organizations decided to join forces in order to form this new multidisciplinary project.
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Listen to the name: “Centre national de création musicale”. Don’t you feel quite satisfied with it? i feel great thinking that in the world there’s a NATIONAL place destinated to musical creation… Men can be really good creatures!
It has been a pleasure to realize that this equipe exists in my town. They have created “il giardino sonoro” near piazzale michelangiolo in Firenze and contributed to many sound installations. They seem to be very popular around the world and i promise myself to spend some of my time discovering their world.