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Soundscapes that alternate unstable vibrations of the earth’s surface to static animal references.
Acoustic instruments, electronics, voice and field recordings, in the first work by Alberto Boccardi, tell emotional phases grown from the memories but living in the present. The use of sound is purely functional to instinct, and to the desire to define the boundaries of otherwise ephemeral images.
Alberto Boccardi (1980) engineer and electronic musician he got his BA in aerospace engineering at Politecnico of Milan and his diploma at the International Academy of Music at Milan conservatoire. During his research he found the warm density of acoustic and analogical instruments, the environment as sound texture and multiple sound sources as elements of composition. He’s looking to recreate deep emotional soundscapes working with minimal elements and focusing on the suspension and on the contrast between sound and silence.