«Study for a landscape #2»
Julian Scordato (Italy)
This work proposes different scenes of rural life through electroacoustic narration, in which the characters assume various forms: rivers, animals, humans and machines. The story is framed in the context of dynamic landscapes that are mixed according to acoustic similarities (timbre, rhythm, grain and dynamic profile).
These displacements aim to establish a relationship between the natural and the anthropized environment, in order to encourage a possible dialogue when this seems difficult: the narrative development is directed towards possible sound border crossings. An increasing noise production deeply affects the perception of space, and acoustically generates a reduction of the depth of field, as well as masking effects.