Sound Design

The centre fosters creative sound design in its various declinations, be it purely functional or an artistic support for public and private exhibitions. Tempo Reale's expert advice and production of content can be applied to various sectors – from the design of specific audio-systems for architectural environments to the realization of sound installations, from the composition of site specific music for exhibitions to the creation of individualized sonorous objects built according to the audio communication needs of institutions and companies. Tempo Reale has dedicated the past years to the construction of a highly prestigious portfolio collaborating with important realities such as Expo2000 in Hannover, the Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Rome's Auditorium and MAXXI Museum, the Marino Marini Museum and The Museo del Novecento in Florence.

Natural Machines

Natural Machines

Nuova performance-installazione al Festival PerAspera di Bologna

Curated by Mario Guida and a result of the Creative Coding workshop’s activities, this is a collectively created work which is innovative both in form and in ways of expression. It will be present for three days at Bologna’s festival for rising new tendencies in the performing arts.



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COOL-Time

COOL-Time

Public sound installation for Culture Week
COOL–Time is a work that does not need to be visited, and may instead be perceivedCOOL–Time is a work that does not need to be visited, and may instead be perceivedacoustically in Florence’s Soffiano district and beyond. A large acoustic clock marks the day of the regional initiative with regular intervals (breakfast, lunch, dinner), radiating from the roofs of Villa Strozzi and offering audio content from the musical tradition of Tuscany.






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Tempo Reale at MAXXI in Rome

Tempo Reale at MAXXI in Rome

Tempo Reale will have a twofold presence at MAXXI
Tempo Reale will have a twofold presence at MAXXITempo Reale will curate the musical part of two large installation projects, cooperating for the first time with the National Museum of the Arts of the 21st Century. These two works interlace sound planning with gesture interaction technologies, thanks to the participation of just as many workgroups.







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