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Art: "The sound on display", in Udine 3rd sound art festival

In 10 places of the city artists from 7 countries

28 May, 20:59
(ANSA) - UDINE, MAY 28 - An interaction between music and space, architecture and light, which is meant to 'express the sound of the city's places through a mutual and virtuous exchange between sight and listening, sight and hearing''. This is how the artistic directors Antonio Della Marina and Alessandra Zucchi explained today in Udine the inspiration for the 3rd edition of 'Il suono in mostra' (The sound on display), an international exhibition which is dedicated to ' 'sound art' ', scheduled for June 1 to 24 in Udine.

The event was presented by the organizers today in the Casa Cavazzini, Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery, one out of the ten places in the city - including the Clock Tower and the old castle jails - that will host the various artistic installations.

Over ten Italian and international authors coming to Udine, from Italy, Austria, Estonia, Japan, Norway, Slovenia, United States, among them Per Platou (Norway), Steve Roden (US), Sawako (Japan), Salvatore Miele (Italy). Austria's artist Klaus Filip will hold a workshop event and a concert and a large group of authors will take part in an aired sonic installation, thanks to the collaboration with the local broadcaster Radio Onde Furlane.

Organized by the ''Continuo'' association, run by Antonio Della Marina and Alessandra Zucchi, with the artistic consultancy of Nicola Catalano, the festival will begin with two previews: on June 1st, the installation '' Waves - Suoni e visioni '' set in the municipal swimming pool in via Pradamano, Udine, and between 8 and 9 June, the installation ''Honey on the needle eye'' in the Martincingh bookshop, which is also located in Udine. Two workshops are scheduled for June 9 and 10, and two special events are going to take place on June 17 and 18 at Visionario cinema, featuring the artists John Grzinich (Estonia) and Klaus Filip (Austria), respectively. (ANSA).

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