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Barbara de Dominicis

Barbara de Dominicis

Barbara de Dominicis


Besides using her voice, barbara loves collecting sounds, manipulating them and inventing sound textures. Her projects include The Body_exposed; Poe-Si [with Mirko Signorile and Marco Messina];Cabaret Noir [with Pasquale Bardaro]; Kuul_Ma [an experimental audiovisual project in which organic electronic sounds interact with the changing landscape of visual artist Davide Lonardi]. In 2008 she published as a soloist Anti-Gone, a concept album which bases its narrative on Greek mythology. Read more on Last.fm
Besides using her voice, barbara loves collecting sounds, manipulating them and inventing sound textures. Her projects include The Body_exposed; Poe-Si [with Mirko Signorile and Marco Messina];Cabaret Noir [with Pasquale Bardaro]; Kuul_Ma [an experimental audiovisual project in which organic electronic sounds interact with the changing landscape of visual artist Davide Lonardi]. In 2008 she published as a soloist Anti-Gone, a concept album which bases its narrative on Greek mythology. In 2008 she began a collaboration with canadian cellist Julia Kent; their performance (initially under the name of Intermittenze) will soon become a stable project in progress with the name Parallel_41 [a musical/visual/improvisatory project released internationally on french record label Baskaru // Parallel 41 may 2012] Her sound works include Whimsical Cartography – selected among the works which will be exhibited in the collective multimedia show E-ArtQuake in commemoration of the earthquake in Irpinia; Re_di_Sound [Radio Papesse], a tribute to Marcel Duchamp (Call for Revolutionary Sounds).

Her growing interest in soundscapes leads her to conceive of A tale of two cities: a series of audio collages designed to portray the similarities and differences of two cities which lie on the same parallel, Naples and New York. This work has become a radiowork produced for RadioPapesse vs Radia network, entitled Crossings. Among her current projects Exqusite What [as both curator and creator] a collective inspired by the Surrealist practice of exquisite corpses dedicated to the creation of an audio-visual web platform; La Reverie/La Sogneria [curator/creator]_a multimedia space linked to dreaming in which, as if inside a globe indexed by locations, issues, and time periods, one can choose to “enter” [in mp3] into the story of a dream or to travel between multiple dreams (in progress). She has recently been invited by GIRRL [girrlsound :digitalgirrl [an Australian organization supporting women working in the field of sonic and digital art] to curate and produce a series of radio podcasts entitled ”The Cat Cinderella” with the aim of promoting the dissemination of works by women artists on the brink between net_art, sound art and audio documentary.

With the moniker Apres Soon she is working on a new solo album: a blend of drones and field recordings, electronics, voices and string instruments. Barbara is currently working at Quasi.Memory: a sound installation which uses rediscovered private memories [old photographs, letters from strangers, sounds of objects no longer in use, semi-forgotten nursery rhymes, etc.]. Some audio and visual artists she has recently collaborated with include Leonardo Rosado; Mark Walters aka Savaran; Marco Messina; Mathias Van Eecloo aka Monolyth & Cobalt; Enrico Coniglio; Elio Martusciello, Airchamber 3; Roland Quelven; Andrea Serrapiglio; Ginetta Corelli; Nicolas Bernier; Davide Lonardi; Andrea Ics Ferraris. In 2012 she became a member of AIPS (ITALIAN SOUNDSCAPES ARCHIVE) www.soonapres.com Read more on Last.fm.

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