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Fausto Romitelli had a postmodern awareness, principally the result of his encounter with the Spectralism of Hugues Dufouet and Gerard Grisey, and the peculiarities of sound and form associated with that approach. Spectralism proposes that sound is not something carved in stone, but a force field. Sound exists because it is a piece of space-cum-time. Romitelli accentuated the way in which allegory and fantasy can be linked to this conception of sound.