Radio Safari and Superpaesaggio (Nicola Ratti, Enrico Malatesta and Attila Faravelli) lead a small group of participants through the woods of Spoletino, from the foot of the Albornoz Fortress to to striking views of the Bridge of Towers.
Fusing Radio Safari's approach to sound ecology and biophony with Superlandscape's creation of sound moments, the two projects find a meeting point in the practice of listening, walking, and exploring the world around us through our senses.
The short hike will ascend to the Tour of the Conduits, marked from intervals of silence and sound interventions in search of an organic relationship with the landscape.
Superpaesaggio is a collective and moving sound performance along a predetermined path calibrated to the acoustic and environmental peculiarities of the different places crossed with the aim of generating sound events of varying intensity and dynamics within them. The participants, guided from Nicola Ratti, Attila Faravelli and Enrico Malatesta, will form a sound corpus whose unfolding will be characterized from different movements, pauses, intensities, timbres and dynamics along a path able to accommodate their variations and resonate according to their own.
Radio Safari is an interdisciplinary project that involves musicians, artists, field recorders, researchers and enthusiasts, with the intention of exploring the animal world through its sounds, and experiments with ecological practices through artistic collaboration and communication with its audience.If we decide to listen, and explore with our hearing, we can discover an otherwise unnoticed world. We will find ourselves enriched and more aware of the value of our surroundings.