The top 10 selected works of this year

1 The Lighthouse DARIO DI LIBERTI 84 4 audio mentions and 3 video mentions
2 WHAT AM I? Riccardo Massari Spiritini & Aimar Galdó 82 4 video mentions
3 Allegory #1 Salvatore Insana & Silvia Cignoli 75 4 video mentions and 2 audio mentions
4 Antropo-Amorfo Corgiat & Akasha 74,5 4 audio mentions
5 IRIS Agostino Domanico 69 1 audio mention
6 Demesne Nicholas Carn 63,5 3 audio mentions
7 LIMINALE Francesco Massaro & Egidio Marullo 63,5
8 WeepingCity Tuce Alba 63
9 Antropocrylic Julija Tioli 63
10 bitGARDEN Andrea Santini 63

The 10 selected works representing the official selection of LANDSCAPE2022 will circulate within the activities promoted by the Zeugma partners and which will be communicated in the course of 2022 on this site and through our facebook page.

The authors of the first 3 works selected by our SELECTION COMMITTEE (scroll down) will have the opportunity to perform live in one of the 3 Landscape2022 presentation evenings within the Ancona Aqusmatiq Festival, the Vicoli Corti Festival of Massafra and the Festival della Follia of Conversano.

The artists will be offered a fee by the host institution as well as room and board.

Landscape 2022 is a project curated by the Zeugma collective and Laika APS proudly self-financed with the support of:

Cineclub Canudo, Festival Vicoli Corti, Associazione Shape, Kinetta, Rufa University of Fine Arts, Acusmatiq Festival, Klang Roma, Time Released Sound, Ambient Radio, Rumore Bianco Studio, Diavolo Rosso Asti

Selection Board

Caterina Tomeo

Curator, Lecturer, Art Historian

Caterina Tomeo is an art historian and alongside her research activity a critical and curatorial practice. She deals with Contemporary Art with particular interest in interdisciplinarity and research in the field of New Media Art and Sound Art. She is director of MAD in "Multimedia Arts and Design" at RUFA - Rome University of Fine Arts, where she is also Representative of the Academic Council, professor of Contemporary Art and New Media, History of Electronic and Digital Art, Digital Video. You teach Multimedia Arts, Electronic Music and Music Festivals in the Master in "Economics and Management of Art and Culture" at the Sole 24 Ore Business School in Rome. She is a lecturer in the Master in "Management of Art and Cultural Heritage" of Giunti Academy-School of Management. Since 2021 she has been teaching in the Master in “Sonic Arts. Sound Technologies and Arts "of the Tor Vergata University of Rome. She was Art Director of the Arts & New Media section of Spring Attitude Festival. You currently collaborate as curator with international festivals dedicated to electronic music and contemporary culture. You founded the Sound Studies Forum, the first research network on sound studies in Italy, in collaboration with the University of Urbino. You are the Art Director of the “Sound Box” at the Mattatoio in Rome. Among the most recent publications are: Sound Art. Listening is like seeing, Castelvecchi (2017); Sonic Arts. Between perceptive experience and active listening, Castelvecchi (2019). The new volume Electronics is woman. Indeed trans-feminist will be published by Castelvecchi in March 2021.

Colin Herrick

Owner/Art Director - Time Released Sound

Colin Herrick started the Time Released Sound music label in 2012. He quickly developed a large following and collector base of like minded adventurous listeners that appreciated the lengths to which he and his label went in the bespoke, hand made physical presentations of the music that he was releasing. Time Released Sound is now based in the island city of Alameda, California. He is in the process of self producing what will be a lavish hardback book on the label and its first decade of packaging and design, to come out later in 2022.

Elisa Trento

Curator, Project Manager

She is a development and production ponsultant, project coordinator and organizer with more than ten years of experience in the audiovisual industry and cultural events. Main areas of expertise: documentaries, live performances, music, cultural events.
E' curatrice e project manager di SHAPE – Associazione che ha ideato e produce ROBOT - Festival internazionale di arte digitale e musica elettronica giunto quest’anno alla sua dodicesima edizione.
Per la società Kiné ha prodotto la serie tv ‘Stili Ribelli’ di Lara Rongoni, trasmessa nel 2020 da Sky Arte.
Nel 2012 ha co-fondato Kinodromo, Associazione di professionisti dell'audiovisivo dell’Emilia-Romagna.
Per 11 anni è stata responsabile nazionale di Doc/it - Associazione Documentaristi Italiani.
Attualmente per la società Bo Film sta seguendo la produzione del corto di animazione ‘L’Angoscia e L’Estasi’ di Niccolò Manzolini e Lucia Malerba.
E’ Direttrice di Produzione di Resilienze, festival ideato e prodotto da Kilowatt.

Vincenzo Madaro

Artistic Director Vicoli Corti Film Festival

he grew up with a passion for cinema, he is one of the founders of Il Serraglio, a non-profit association that organizes "Vicoli Corti Cinema di Periferia", now in its 14th edition, of which he is Artistic Director. He also deals with school projects such as CinemAscuola, reviews, thematic cineforums and educational workshops for students of all levels.

Chiara Rigione

Editor, director and event organizer

Chiara Rigione has been involved in cinema and video production since 2013, mainly as an editor, after graduating in Energy Engineering. She is president of Kinetta, a cine-club in Benevento that deals with the promotion and dissemination of independent film culture. She took part as assistant director and editor in the production of short films and documentaries selected in international festivals such as the Napoli Film Festival, the Laceno D'Oro, the Bogotà International Film Festival and the Laterale Film Festival. Since 2014 she has organized a film laboratory called "Labus in Fabula" aimed at children aged 4 and over and teaches cinema and visual arts in extra-curricular projects in primary and secondary public schools. In 2018 his documentary project using archival material entitled "Tomorrow who knows, maybe" was selected among the ten finalists of the 2018/19 Zavattini Unarchive Award promoted by the AAMOD Foundation and the Istituto Luce Cinecittà. In 2019 the same project was among the three winners of the award and therefore produced and realized.

Hernando Urrutia

Multidisciplinary Artist, Designer, Curator and Researcher

Multidisciplinary Artist, Researcher, Designer, Curator and Cultural Manager. Portuguese nationality. Ph.D. in Digital Media-Art. Collaborating Researcher at CIAC. Researcher invited by M-ITI. Member of the International Scientific Committee (International Special Guest) at OVER THE REAL VIDEOART FESTIVAL - VI Edition (2021) Italy. Curator of the Pavilion "TRANSGRESSION art + technology" (Portugal) of the "5TH INTERNATIONAL EDITION OF THE WRONG BIENNALE – 2021-2022", in Spain. Founder, Director of the Project "FX DIGITAL ART- Digital Art Exhibition in Public Space ", Funchal- Portugal. Founder, Director, Producer and Curator of EXPERIMENTA - Audio-visual Transformation (International Video Art Exhibition) and "IMAGE PLAY - International Video Art Festival, in Portugal.

Antonio Musci e Daniela Di Niso

Cineclub Canudo, Curators and Organizers of "Avvistamenti" and "Sonimage"

Cultural operators mainly interested in the effects of the encounter between different artistic languages. In 2001 they founded the Cineclub Canudo, with which they carry out activities to promote film culture and author videos. With the project "A, B, Cinema" they are dedicated to audiovisual teaching also in schools. Since 2002 they have been directing "Avvistamenti (non) è un Festival", which explores the experimental filmography of young authors, alongside that of internationally renowned artists. In 2013 they gave life to a new project with the "Sonimage" project, whose goal is the meeting between directors and videomakers on the one hand and musicians and composers on the other. Since 2015 they have managed the Urban Laboratory of Palazzo Tupputi, a splendid Renaissance palace in the historic center of Bisceglie, taking care of numerous events, including exhibitions, reviews, performances and training activities in the artistic field.

Mirco Salvadori

Music critic

He was an independent DJ and radio host in the studios of historical broadcasters in north-eastern Italy, with "Nocturnal Emission", a broadcast conducted together with Massimo Caner from the beginning of the 1980s to 2010.
Writer and music critic, since 1983 he has been one of the longest-lived names of the monthly music magazine ROCKERILLA.
Freelance writer for various music webzines, he writes about music and not only on the blog DISERZIONI, hosted on SHERWOOD.IT.
He publishes on the literary blog NAZIONE INDIANA, on the European cultural magazine SOUTH with interventions on various literary and musical publications.
He is co-owner and art-director of the independent digital music labels LAVERNA.NET and FALERNA.ORG.
In 2016 he released his first literary collection entitled HAZKARA 'for the publishing house not only 13_Silentes. He appears, with a story written together with Francesco Forlani, in the collection "DEATHS IN VENICE" edited by Laura Liberale for Literary Correspondence.
He participated in the multidisciplinary project ALONE by and with Gianni Maroccolo, participating with his stories about him in the first four published volumes. He participated in the project by Arlo Bigazzi and Chiara Cappelli dedicated to Mayakovskij and participated with a story of him in the forthcoming volume "Fifth Landscape. Concerts of ideas in action".

Karin Fink

Geographer and Relational Designer

Karin Fink (born in 1975, Bern, Switzerland) is a Geographer and Relational Designer, currently working as a scientific researcher and environmental policy advisor. As a relational designer she is focusing on community-driven projects. The thematic focus of her work is on sustainability transformations, food, mobility and housing systems, as well as social and technological innovations. Karin Fink contributes to several European expert networks, mainly in the field of environmental reporting and outlook studies. She also engages in various projects aiming at bridging between policy makers, innovators, activists and artists. Karin Fink has a strong interest in transdisciplinary collaboration processes and often, her projects happen at the intersection of art and natural science, the digital and the analog space.

Elio Martusciello

Musician, Composer, Teacher

Elio Martusciello (born 23 November 1959, Naples, Italy) is an Italian experimental music composer and performer, principally on guitar and computer. He has studied photography with Mimmo Jodice and visual art with Carlo Alfano, Armando De Stefano and Rosa Panaro. He is a self-taught musician/composer and teaches "electronic music" at Conservatory of Music, Napoli, Italy. His compositional aesthetics are derived from acousmatic issues, but in addition to acousmatic composition he composes for instruments and live electronics, sound installation, multi-media works, audiovisual art and computer music improvisation. He lives in Napoli, Italy.

Alfonso Amendola

Professor of Sociology of classical and digital media - University of Salerno

Alfonso Amendola is Researcher in Sociology of cultural and communicative processes at the University of Salerno where he teaches Sociology of experimental audiovisuals; Sociology of the electronic arts; Sociology of the multimedia show; Theories and techniques of digital media.

Paolo Bragaglia

Acusmatiq Festival Artistic Director

Paolo F. Bragaglia began his activity as a musician in the 80s as a guitarist participating in the prolific Italian and Marche new wave scene with the Dagon groups, Tzar's Re-Vox, 3B Unit. It was in this period that he began his interest in instruments such as synthesizers and drum machines, later devoting himself more and more to electronic instruments of an analog and digital nature. Since 2006 he has been in charge of the artistic direction of the Acusmatiq electronic music festival held at the Mole Vanvitelliana in Ancona and which saw the participation of artists such as Thomas Brinkmann, Chris Cutler, ZAPRUDER filmmakersgroup, Gianpaolo Antongirolami, Fennesz, Luca Miti, Francesco Fuzz Brasini, Otolab, Roberto Paci Dalò, Robert Lippok, Howie B, Mouse on Mars, Biosphere, Chris & Cosey, rib of Throbbing Gristle and the realization of the Temporary Museum of the Marchigiano Synth within the festival.

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Francesco Giannico, Anacleto Vitolo

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