Audiovisual performance for Metastring, live-electronics and live visuals
The instrumental gesture performed on the Metastring produces fluid sound masses, and triggers the appearance of luminous weaves occuring in succession like an uninterrupted flow of matter.
Metastring is an augmented electroacoustic monochord designed by Massimiliano Cerioni, first presented in September 2017 at the Tempo Reale center in Florence with the performance Satori.
Massimiliano Cerioni (Italy, 1986) is an audiovisual composer, sound-art performer, and a native of Pomezia (Rome), living and working in Berlin. He has graduated from the A. Casella Conservatory of L'Aquila (Italy) under the direction of Michelangelo Lupone. In 2015 he placed 1st at the Italian national art prize Premio Abbado. In June 2019 he is resident artist from the EMS – Elektron Musik Studion in Stockholm. In 2020 he also announced his software project Culto, focused on releasing devices...