From June 4 to 25, 2010 the Triennale, in the Material ConneXion exposition space, will host the installationCosmo sonoro, the cybernetic Indian village designed to display some works of the artist Luca Pugliese’s audiovisual project which has become part of the book Luca Pugliese Cosmo sonoro, published by Skira. A cosmic harmony of sounds and shapes, a game of emulation and exchange between painting and music, a virtual place where sound becomes shape and shape becomes sound, the one created by Luca Pugliese – a painter, architect, musician, singer-songwriter, and founder of the music project Fluido Ligneo.
The installation Cosmo sonoro is the architectural materialization of a parallel world, where, through the mediation of absolute silence and darkness, interspersed with signs and sounds of some of the works that have become part of the recently published painting-music project, every form of sound-vision saturation is annulled to give way to primordial sounds and shapes. A sound village, where architectural objects (“sign posts”) and types (Tepee) of Native Americans become symbolic operators of an organic modus vivendi, in sync with the rhythm of nature and poised between an immobile and nomadic dimension, where the artist and the enjoyer of art are called into play in so far as they have senses and are actors in a collective cathartic ritual to recuperate a cosmic-spiritual memory.
By A Web Design