From virtual space to sound ubiquity


Through the art of Escher, Ligeti, Rothko and Feldman we will come closer

to the different aspects which link, and sometimes confuse, virtuality and reality. Escher, with technics like recurrent division of surface, and Rothko, with his peculiar use of textures and colour, created spaces virtually infinite where every spectator can submerge. On the other hand, composers like Ligeti, with his technique micro-polyphonic, and Feldman, with his particular use of repetition and symmetry, have created poetic sound-spaces (=non narratives) where a certain sound-ubiquity invites to listeners to dream the infinity.

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