Roberto Pugliese – Athens Digital Arts Festival

Score, 2016

Roberto Pugliese will be one of the artists of the Athens Digital Arts Festival with the artwork Score. Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF) is an International Festival which celebrates digital culture through an annual gathering bringing together a global community of artists and audiences.

The Score project stems from the analysis of the musical scores of the ‘900. Starting from authors such as Iannis Xenakis, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Luigi Nono etc etc etc which have confronted with the limits of the standard musical notation, creating a different and functional way of representing the sound and music thanks to the addition of graphic parts. In this way the score is not just dialogue with the musicians but also a graphic work, a meta-language that manages to combine sound and image.


Starts: 24 May 2018
Ends: 27 May 2018


Athens Digital Arts Festival
18 Miltiadou Str., 105 60, Monastiraki,
Athens, Greece


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