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MONDAY 11 April 2022






LitoScape is a generative electroacoustic sound experience that invites the viewer to enter the vertical and suspended space-time of craftsmanship. The various stages of the Bulla workshop's printing work generate an intricate soundscape thanks to a modular synthesis system that, starting from the materiality of the stone, creates textures, stamps and atmospheres that evolve organically over time. The composition urges you to slow down, listen actively and marvel at the creative process. The work is enriched by the use of low-frequency sound waves specifically designed to stimulate neurotransmitters such as serotonin, DHEA, endorphins and GABA that produce a state of deep relaxation and well-being.

Demosthenes Davvetas

Demosthenes Davvetas was born in Athens. He studied at the Faculty of Law of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and holds a doctorate in Aesthetics from the University of Paris VIII. He is a professor at the IESA in Paris and holds masterclasses in Poetry and Modern Art at the University of Paris IV. He has also taught Philosophy of Art at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the University of the Peloponnese, the University of Piraeus, the Strate École de Design in Sevres and the Créapole in Paris. He has also held seminars on Philosophy of Art at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seminars on Philosophy of Applied Arts at the Engineering School of the University of Patras. He holds lectures in many art schools and universities.


Sara Mastrofini is a dancer, dance and Pilates teacher currently a philosophy student. She started dancing when she was a few years old and lived in Castelli Romani, Frascati where she was born and raised. After moving to Rome, she graduated in contemporary dance at the DAF Dance Arts Faculty, a multidisciplinary artistic center where she had the opportunity to get in touch with various European and international choreographers and experiment with different styles and movements. After teaching contemporary dance for three years, she is now a graduate student at the Faculty of Philosophy of the La Sapienza University of Rome, engaged in the development of research on the process of subjectivation of the individual through the body and non-verbal language, focusing in particular on on the analysis of improvisation in dance, on the study of "spontaneous" movements of the body, on non-verbal language and on the role of this in the interaction with the self and other bodies.

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