Polisonum is a collective of artistic research that utilises sound as an investigative method on the transformations of landscapes and geographies, in places of history and contemporaneity.
Reinventing the urban space, breaking up patterns and routines, linking the elements crossed to shape unique sound spaces, is the goal of the collective whose members hail from different fields of study and whose practice is strictly multidisciplinary. Listening to the sounds that surround us stimulates a focused gaze and provides information on the nature of the objects that populate the world and on their relationships and interactions.
For Polisonum, the soundscapes of our daily panoramas become an open work with which the viewer has the opportunity to interact to create a new composition maturing into an individual and collective redefinition of our living space.
Production POLISONUM Curated by Francesca Ceccherini In collaboration with Federazione Campanari Bergamaschi, Associazione per la tutela e promozione della tradizione del suono manuale delle campane, Patrimonio Immateriale delle Regioni Alpine della Lombardia e Fonderia Allanconi, Fonderia artigiana di campane e opere d’arte