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.
Graduated in Art History at the State University of Milan. Visual artist and writer, he has exhibited drawings, paintings and sculptures in private spaces and museums in Italy and abroad. He has won several awards and scholarships including the New York Prize with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Michetti Prize 2000, the Alinovi Prize for the confluence of the arts and was selected for the ISCP program in New York._cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_He has participated in international events such as the Tirana Biennial, the Prague Biennial, Eutopia in Shanghai.
He has exhibited abroad in galleries in New York, Vienna, Cologne and in museums and foundations such as the Palazzo delle Papesse in Siena, the contemporary art museum of Monfalcone, the Gamec, contemporary art museum of Bergamo, the Mac of Ravenna , the contemporary art museum of Syracuse, the Man of Nuoro, the Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Guarene e the Ratti Foundation in Como.
One of his works has been purchased by the Montblanc Collection and seventeen of his drawings have become part of the collection of the MoMA in New York.
In 2021 he was invited to Biennolo, the art biennial in Milan and participated in the exhibition "Imagination is a magic carpet" for the ATP finals in Turin.
As a writer he has published the novels:Halos in search of saints, with Ponte alle Grazie andWhat falls out of your eyes, with Mondadori, translated into Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan and winner of the Viadana Youth Prize. In 2021 he released the graphic novelNew York was full of cheekbones(Postmediabooks), finalist for the Tuono Pettinato 2022 award.
He is considered one of the best Italian short story writers. Among his books we remember Love and other forms of hate (Einaudi), The fundamental defects (Rizzoli) and the cycle on the seasons published by La Nave di Teseo, Autumn, Summer and Winter. He writes stories for the newspaper Tomorrow.