4 April 2019

Fuga Perpetua

With the sponsorship of UNHCR 

Performing Meitar Ensemble:
Amit Dolberg - Piano, artistic direction, Yoni Gotlibovitch - Cello, Marco Fusi - Viola, Jonathan Hadas - Bass clarinet, Hagar Shahal - Flutes.

Sound direction and ‘Mobile Sound Theater’ developer - Tychonas Michalidis

Video post production and light - Michele Innocente Scientific advisor - Gerald C. Cupchik, University of Toronto Additional filming in Kenya - Andrea Trivero Coordination filming in Kenya - Qaabata Boru Additional filming in UK - Bruno Beloff / Out of Place Films Additional filming in Israel - Yoav Ruda (Hasimta Athletics runners) Coordination of interviews in Israel - Ensemble Meitar Additional video and audio contributes by UNHCR Production: Magà Global Arts (Italy), Third Ear - Ed McKeon (UK) in co-production with Teatro Comunale “L. Pavarotti” Modena, Italy, Brighton Festival, Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre Commission: Ensemble Meitar & Third Ear With the sustain of England Arts Council, Arts & Humanities Research Council Under the endorsement of the International Theatre Institute, Unesco In collaboration with Pacefuturo Onlus (Italy), Birmingham Conservatoire (UK), Integra (UK), KANERE - Kakuma News Reflector (Kenya), Hasimta Athletics (Israel), Municipality of Milan department of social politics.

Musiktheater im Revier | Gelsenkirchen | Germany

16 April 2019

Echi all’infinito

Performing: Stefano Grasso, Lodovico Berto and Marta Soggetti

First execution of a musical work for 3 percussionists, written for the exhibition “Padre e Figlio” (curated by Alberto Fiz) and dedicated to Michelangelo Pistoletto, performed by striking his new art installation Abbraccio all'Infinito.

Palazzo Gromo Losa | Biella | Italy

04 May 2019

Rivers at ACCENTS, ACCENTI, АКЦЕНТЫ festival

A one-night festival dedicated to creativity and culture curated by Dimitri Ozerkov, Head of Contemporary Art Department of Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg at Museo Marino Marini, Florence.

Museo Marino Marini | Florence | Italy

Second step

14-19 May 2019

Icon-Sonic Postcards Tryptich N.2 – Postcards from Rome   

Multi video projections, loudspeaker, seven lightboxes, performances, audio, video and paper document-materials.


 Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome Macro Asilo  | Italy

3 July -24 August 2019

Opening and main event of OSTRALE Biennale

1200 square meters of sound, video and icon-sonic installations, performance of 100 participants during opening and finissage.

List of artworks will be published shortly.

• Opening July 3 

• Exhibition July 4- August 23

• Finissage  August 24

Dresden Fair | Dresden | Germany

14 July 2019

Opening of The Rattles Garden

Endorsed by Michelangelo and Maria Pistoletto and Cittadellarte Foundation.

Immense kinetic work of sound-art composed of hundreds of bells and rattles from all over Mediterranean hanged on wheat-like metallic sculptures.

Mulinum San Floro | Catanzaro | Italy

28 August – 1 September

URLA @ Open Sound Festival – Matera 2019 European Capital of Culture

Sound installations and parades in the old town of the city with traditional Lucan performers.

• Opening 28 August

• Main event 1 September

Matera | Italy

3 October 2019 – 7 January 2020


Solo exhibition in collaboration with local master craftmen.

• Opening 3 October

• Exhibition 3 October 2019 – 7 January 2020

Museo Marino Marini | Florence | Italy

Final step

29 November - 1 December 2019

Icon-Sonic Postcards Tryptich N.2 – Postcards from Rome 

Multi video projections, loudspeaker, seven lightboxes, performances, audio, video and paper document-materials, workshops.

Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome Macro Asilo  | Italy