Michela Pelusio‘s work, which is being presented as part of the Borderline 2022 Festival, is a search for a spatial and temporal experience through immersive installations and multisensory performances that explore the possibility of an intimate connection between participants and nature, setting off wonder and new perceptions of natural phenomena.
Michela creates immersive audiovisual performances, installations and kinetic sculptures. Her work explores human perception, physical phenomena, art and science.
Can we talk about normal, physiological, acceptable or unacceptable when it comes to music? To what extent are we willing to be surprised and to give up our certainties as listeners? What does it mean to transgress or adapt to the limits, and what marks the boundary between different genres and ways of making music?
Based on the civil and political background of musical expression, Borderline festival invites listeners to question traditional boundaries and to surrender to the “here and now“ of sounds. For the duration of three days, the focus of this noisy, quiet, melodious, gritty festival of contrasts will be on live music making, with the aim of making the audience and the artists interact and encouraging collective participation.
A series of extraordinary musical experiences otherwise impossible to record or film. Concerts, installations, workshops, videos and lectures inside and outside the Stegi Onassis, as part of the festival that has become synonymous with the national and international musical avant-garde.
For information on the Festival and the performance: www.onassis.org.
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