GLAUCO SALVO | Artist talk & listening session

10 Março 2024 17h00

Artist talk & listening session

March 10, 17:00
Free entry
ARTIST TALKS is a series of conversations that offer the community a chance to meet the artists-in-residence at Zaratan and to gain insight into the creative process.
On March 10th, at 5pm, we invite you to meet Glauco Salvo. He will be giving a small informal talk about his work with field recordings, electronics and his long term project Field Studies, followed by a multichannel listening session, presenting sound works from the project and pieces that inspired it, played through his live set system with 10 speakers.
The conversation will be held in English; participants are invited to engage and ask questions.
Glauco Salvo's residency at Zaratan is supported by Culture Moves Europe, a project funded by the European Union.

BIO: GLAUCO SALVO (1983, Cesenatico) is a musician and sound artist researching new paths in folk, rock and experimental music, with particular interests in active and non-conventional listening experiences and in sound recording and reproduction technologies and techniques. He works with field recording as an artistic practice and he created Field Studies, an independent series of audio releases focused on field recording and electronics; he composes and plays live music for contemporary dance pieces and improvisations, working with artists such as Cristina Kristal Rizzo, Annamaria Aimone, Aristide Rontini, Parini Secondo, Valentina Pagliarani; he curates sound and music for audio-video works and installations with the video storytellers collective Lele Marcojanni; and – with Enrico Malatesta and Giovanni Lami – he founded MU, independent organization and artistic collective promoting non conventional sound practices. He plays solo, in duo with Giovanni Lame and in the alternative-folk band Comaneci. He worked with Italian and international artists as Marco parente, Amycanbe, Above the Tree, Alessandro Bosetti, Muffin, Mara Cerri, and he presented his work in Italy and Europe.