Eniac

(Italy)

 eniac


releases on Acustronica:

Reclaim The Horizon

Reclaim The Horizon

Italy, Turin, 1975.
A sound artist.
He’s skilled in the research and modeling of advanced music. He directed a lot of projects related to music production, live exhibition and interdisciplinary performing.
The main projects are:
B-Light Project (2007), a real time performance focused on contemporary dance directed by Headvision / Roberto Zitolo (videomaker) and Nadessja Casavecchia (dance performer). B-Light won the Live! IXEM and Milano In Digitale prizes.
The Furniture (2009), an electro acoustic performance based on the use of iron, steel and wood. It’s a site specific project released for Ti Con Zero at Nietzsche Fabrik (a small farm of makers in Torino).
Into the Wood (2010 – 13), an environment-themed electro-acoustic performance that uses wood as its main source of sound for the creation of sound textures, rhythms and melodies. The resulting sound lays the foundations for building a new relationship between timber and humans . Produced by Piemonte Share Festival for the international project of SMIR (Mondovì – Embrun). In 2014, Into The Wood has been published as a music album on Creative Source.
He founded Chew-Z (in 2006 with Daniele Pagliero), an online platform for music distribution (netlabel) to support musicians. On Chew-Z he published two album: The Wagon and Unknown Language. In 2010 he founded Tacuma Electronic Orchestra, a group of electronic musicians that play as an orchestra with a conductor, influenced by jazz, classical, and djing.
In 2011 he has been guest in an art residency at I-Park (Connecticut, US), developing ideas and projects related to the sound and the environment. One of the project is ECDN, a soundscape project of electroacoustic recordings. In june 2014, Cathedral Transmissions (UK) published a recording set of the project on a limited compact disc edition.
In 2014 he has been involved in an art project, related to the realtionship between the city and the mountain. Passi Erratici (erratic proceeding) that started from a three days of walking around Monviso with other artists involved. For the exhibition (from 12 to 28 september in Museo della Montagna in Torino and at Forte di Exilles) he produced some specific music pieces and two sculptures: A Thatched Hut in a sensory overload’s field (straw from mountain’s fields and an audio cable) and Alla fine tutto torna (asphalt and lichens).
He cooperated into sound art projects for artistic performance and for documentary film: The Sleeping Beauty, so long reclining in her dainty bed, had risen up with a devouring desire (performance), by Pierfabrizio Paradiso, 2011.
Giovani e Forti, (Documentary), by Stefano Scarafia, 2010.
RIP, A Remix Manifesto (Documentary) by Brett Gaylor: music for the italian dvd version, 2010.
Hokusai in Parco Dora, a contemporary dance performance in the urban landscape of Torino, by Spazio Micron and Multikulti, 2012.
Chagall in Parco Dora, a contemporary dance performance in the urban landscape of Torino, by Spazio Micron and Multikulti, 2013.
He’s part of 4.33, a collective into laboratories and workshop for the children with the aim of growing their creativity.

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