Amplified Speaking Spaces.

Compositions based on graphic scores that leave ample room for short impromptu improvisations (the 'microsequences' series). The concept for the entire work came about by chance this summer while I was on holiday in Barcelona visiting the beautiful MACBA museum of contemporary art. In a sunny city crowded with tourists, the museum appeared sparsely populated and only animated on the outside by a few kids using the entrance ramps as skateboard tracks. Inside, the impression of few visitors became a certainty: there were about ten of us at most. Here, within the vast halls, there was a series of installations featuring recorded voices that, cyclically, filled the silences of those spaces accustomed to beauty. As I walked slowly through the various exhibition rooms, I almost had the feeling that a dialogue was taking place between those voices, a continuous counterpoint that, in the solitude of those rooms, suddenly seemed to address me directly. All this led me to a reflection I had already made in the past but which became concrete there: Art always communicates. It is perhaps we who are no longer able to listen to it or discover it.

Amplified Speaking Spaces.
Rosario Di Rosa, Stefano Maltese, Carlo Cattano.

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The Wrong Biennale is an independent, multicultural, desentralised and collaborative international art biennial founded in 2o13 by David Quiles Guilló, and organised by The Wrong Studio.

The Wrong has grown to become a massive international community and a global reference in the art scene, bringing together curators, artists and institutions, online and offline, every two years, garnering praise from worldwide press, art community and public, and rendering institutional recognition and awards like SOIS Cultura and the honorific mention by European Commission S+T+ARTS prize.

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