Electroacoustic music in a multi-perspective architectural context: a sound installation for Renzo P
Electroacoustic music in a multi-perspective architectural context: a sound installation for Renzo Piano’s Auditorium in Rome
F. Giomi, D. Meacci and K. Schwoon
Organised Sound 8 (2), 2003, Cambridge University Press, pp. 157-162.
This paper describes the musical and technical design and the realisation of a large-scale sound installation produced and realised by Centro Tempo Reale for the inauguration of Renzo Piano’s new Auditorium in Rome. The installation was mainly dedicated to electroacoustic music: the complex technological set-up offered a new instrument for which electroacoustic pieces were transcribed. The techniques and the aesthetic implications of this transcription process within the context of an installation are discussed. […]