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Aritmetiche Architteture Sonore

11 May 2012

Roberto Pugliese, whose incredible installation A Voice In the Desert is currently humming in our courtyard, is about to open a new solo show at Studio La Citta in Verona, Italy. Arithmetical Sound Architectures continues the artist’s investigation of the “relationship between architectonic space and sound conveyed by mathematical laws.” This time, instead of culling data from the internet, the pieces use data drawn from the physical parameters of the installation itself, from “the architectural measurements of the room hosting the work, to the acoustic resonance present in the room itself, and to the length of the steel cables to which the speakers are fixed.” Read more about the show , and check out this review of Roberto’s work from NY Arts Magazine. Sounds good, looks good! – RM

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Photo: Studio La Citta