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Excursion

In addition to the music program, a series of excursion will be available to explore the incredible surrounding of the festival. The excursions will take place on Saturday during the day and on Sunday. Info will be online in May.

Music

Nina Kraviz
Amnesia Scanner
Caterina Barbieri e Ruben Spini
Yuri Ancarani
Nina Kraviz
Dj set

Nina Kraviz is one of the most significant artists in the global electronic scene.The Siberian born singer, producer, song-writer and a DJ is well known as a passionate record digger and for her outstanding taste in idiosyncratic electronic music, which lead her to create her label трип. Her range of sounds is astounding – from pure house music, ambient, minimalistic techno and songs. Since the beginning of the 21st century she ssued productions on Efdemin’s Naïf, Jus-Ed’s Underground Quality, and Matt Edwards’ Rekids. In 2011 she releases “Ghetto Kraviz” one of the most iconic club tracks of the past two decades.

Amnesia Scanner
AV Live

Founded in 2014, Amnesia Scanner’s approach is informed by a unique perspective on technology and the way it mediates contemporary experience. System vulnerabilities, information overload and sensory excess inform their work, which has found a home in both clubs and galleries. Since their debut the two have released on imprints such as Young Turks and PAN. Amnesia Scanner has presented work at art institutions such as ICA London, HKW Berlin, and the Serpentine Gallery Marathon in London. They collaborate with PWR Studio for their design and visual direction. The AS live experience is co-created with Stockholm-based Canadian designer Vincent De Belleval. When unplugged from the Amnesia Scanner stream, Haimala works as a composer and producer with a wide range of musical and visual artists, and Kalliala co-directs the think tank Nemesis.

Caterina Barbieri e Ruben Spini
Time-blind AV live

Caterina Barbieri is an Italian composer who explores themes related to machine intelligence and object oriented perception in sound through a focus on minimalism. Caterina explores the psycho-physical effects of repetition and pattern-based operations in music, by investigating the polyphonic and polyrhythmic potential of sequencers to draw severe, complex geometries in time and space. Her current sonic research investigates the creative use of computation and complex sequencing techniques to explore the artefacts of human perception and trigger temporal hallucinations, by ultimately inducing a sense of ecstasy and contemplation.

Ruben Spini is born in 1994 in Valtellina, Northern Italy. He studies and works in Milan. His practice is an open research towards religious art and religious sentiment at large, scrutinised through the contemporary forms of human-nature interaction. Reading them as interfaces, they bring forward a complex system crossing different latitudes, communities and behaviours: an extended model of the human perceptual condition, within the wound between God and creation. Connections, objects and functions are analysed through the methods of second order cybernetics. By adopting unconventional video and audio sources, the documentary point of view – made of narratives, characters and symbols – is shattered. This process unhinges the scala naturae, pushing the human back to a encrypted, living matter.

Yuri Ancarani
"Il Capo" Screening

Yuri Ancarani, born in 1972 in Ravenna, is an Italian video artist. His works, which combine elements of documentary cinema and contemporary art, aim to explore aspects that go unnoticed in everyday life.. His works have been presented in numerous exhibitions and museums in Italy and abroad, including the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turin), MAXXI (Rome), the Hammer Museum (Los Angeles), and the Guggenheim Museum (New York). The idea of the documentary “Il Capo” arises from watching quarrymen at work, from their extraordinary way of communicate in a non.conventional language of gestures and signs, a code used to overcome the ambient blast. The work is realised in the unusual and enchanting backdrop of the Alpi Apuane, with the quarry blinding–white and trackless cleft, a dusty lunar landscape almost impraticable. A place so inaccessible to make the endless challenge to the mountain more heroic.