The Embassy of Italy in Havana is pleased to present the participation of the artist Piero Mottola at the XIV Havana Biennial with the piece ‘Voices of Life’, a sound installation, made with 10 loudspeakers and an emotional map, that the author has designed for the spaces of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Cuba.
Through the voices, noises and vocal rhythms of ordinary people, which recorded from China to Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, the audience will be taken on an ever-shifting emotional journey.
‘Voices of Life’ was conceived as part of the larger project ‘Voices’, which Mottola has been working on since 2015 and which has lead to a multi-year collaboration between the Italian artist and the Cuban contemporary art world. After the live performance in 2019 as part of the XXII Week of Italian Culture in Cuba, Mottola returns to the Museo de Bellas Artes to present this new project, included in the third “experience” of the Biennial, entitled ‘Regreso al porvenir’ (Back to the Future), the last stage of the event, which opened in November last year and is divided into three sections over six months.
More information at amblavana.esteri.it.