Artescience 2021. Translated Forms

Artescience 2021. Translated Forms
Artescience 2021. Translated Forms

On September 23, the interview “Art and spirituality” with Enzo Bianchi

After the July appointments, theedition n. 29 of the ArteScienza Festival “Translated forms” resumes on 17 September at the Goethe-Institut Rom (via Savoia 15) institute with which the Music Research Center, organizer of the Festival, confirms the fruitful and precious collaboration over ten years.

At 7.30 pm the inauguration of the sculptural-musical work is scheduled Stroke codes of the composer Michelangelo Lupone and the sculptress Licia Galicia which will remain open to the public until 30 September (free admission). The work is made up of eight wooden modules, which make up a polyptych of cm L400xH90, dark gray in the background. It is an “adaptive” work, that is sensitive to the variations of the surrounding environment and to the actions of the user, called to interact with the work by touching its surface and moving the moving elements in order to create both formal and musical variations. In this way the work changes its musical trend according to what happens around it and the inputs it receives; it preserves and processes the information coming from the interaction with the user to respond musically in an “adequate and renewed” way to the actions and circumstances. At the opening and closing of the exhibition a dialogue with the violist Carlotta Libonati in interactive performance Live and virtual in the form of dialogue it will cause the work to relate instrumental music to virtual music.

Code at times is a technological project and a production of the Music Research Center, organizer of the ArteScienza Festival.

On the same day also the presentation of the book (6 pm) Circuits of time. A historical-critical path in electroacoustic and computer music creativity by Agostino Di Scipio (LIM, 2021). It will be possible to follow the presentation in live streaming at the link: HYPERLINK “https://zoom.us/j/91829817790” https://zoom.us/j/91829817790

The September calendar – all hosted at the Goethe-Institut Rom – is enriched with the colloquium “Art and spirituality” of which it will be the protagonist Enzo Bianchi, founder of the monastic community of Bose. A meeting, on 23 September (6 pm), by Maria Giovanna Musso, teacher of Sociology of Change, Art and Creativity ”at Sapienza, University of Rome, which will investigate the themes of spirituality linked to the world of art. It will be possible to follow the interview in live streaming at the link: HYPERLINK “https://zoom.us/j/91325926834” https://zoom.us/j/91325926834

On 30 September, on the day of the opera’s finissage Stroke codes, the concert “Together in the sound” at the end of the composition / interpretation workshop with the works of Alvin Lucier, Domenico Guaccero, Leonardo Zaccone (première) entrusted to the youth orchestra “Oltre le note” directed by Zaccone himself.

The Festival ends on November 22, with an eagerly awaited concert at the Parco della Musica entrusted to the PMCE – Parco della Musica Contemporary Ensemble with music by Gérard Grisey and a world premiere by Michelangelo Lupone.


The ArteScienza project, promoted by Roma Culture, is the winner of the Roman Summer 2020-2021-2022 public notice curated by the Cultural Activities Department and is carried out in collaboration with SIAE. It is also supported by the Lazio Region with the 2021 Single Fund on Live Entertainment.

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