"In a land far away, behind the mountains Words, far away from the lands of
Vocalia and Consonantia live random texts. They live in the isolated town of
Arts, on the shores of the Semantic, a vast ocean of language."

MARCELLO LIBERATO (Italy). Musician, sound artist. From 2000 to 2002
he played improvised electro-acoustic music and, at the same time, he
sonorized the super 8 and 16mm films of various roman film-makers.
From the confluence of these experiences was born, in 2002, " Pensiero
Cinematico" interdisciplinary laboratory of visual, sound and theatrical craft.
From 2001 to 2003 he worked with "Curva Chiusa" with Alex Mendizabal and
Chris Blazen.
From 2006 to 2008 he works in different areas of research related to the
interaction between sound, environment, vision. He takes part in the
workshop of musical improvisation at the “day care center” "L'Isola che c'č"
and the event "Elastique, game tensions between bodies and sound" (dance
performance, music and video), at the "Brancaleone" in Rome, curated by
From 2006 to today he produces various sound installations, concerts and
performances of expanded cinema, including "Suoni Comuni/Elkar Rek" a
week of meetings, concerts and readings on the soundscape and ambient
music, "Sgocciolatoio", sound installation with water and light, made for the
festival Ertz 07 to Arteleku and for VISITAZIONI 2014 in Rome, "Concerto
Subacqueo" in Bera and Lazkao, for the festival of new music Ertz and
"LaberintOido," at the international exhibition of sound installations
"Tabakalera Suena", Donostia.
From 2005 to 2015 parteciapates in the "Cucinema", performance/cinema
craft workshop.
From 2005 he produced musical workshops on building tools with materiaI
recycled at elementary, middle and high schools.
Since 2010 he collaborated on the project "Natural_Mente" at the former
Botanical Garden of Genzano, where she gave birth to the "Parco dei Suoni
(Park of Sounds)" making a singing fountain inspired by a traditional
Japanese instrument, the Suikunkutsu.
Currently continues with the study of musical instruments powered by wind
and water (aeolian harps, gutters, Shishi-odoshi etc.).
from Wednesday 18 to Friday, November 27 - from 8 to 18.30
Saturday and Sunday Closed
OPENING : Tuesday, November 17, at 18.00