15 November | 20:00

Luca Scapellato (LSKA) / Stefano Murgia #387

  • Doors: 19:30
  • Start time: 20:00
  • Entrance: 6-10 € (up to your offer)

Stefano Murgia - Acoustics based on volume: Aluminium
Three geometric objects out of aluminium: a sphere, a cube and a tetrahedron, all made aiming for exactly the same volume. With the use of electronics the shapes can be used as instruments or acoustic (reverb) chambers. A work made for performance as well as research, with an interest in the language of shape.

Void Live - LSKA
Live audiovisual set presenting the new Ep Void



Stefano Murgia
As an artist I mainly work with sound, searching for new ways to create my own language, with the focus on narratives, metaphor and moral. Already studied to become a sound engineer I still wanted to research more in the field of sound. On the study ArtScience on the Royal Academy of Arts in the Hague I had the chance to study sound on an abstract and scientific way. Here I started to make my own instruments and speakers, inspired by Harry Partch's works. With these instruments and tools I create performances and happenings, which sometimes happen in unexpected places or moments. What I aim for with my work is finding uncommon outcomes, but sometimes also just to wake us up on those moments we intend to doze off.

Luca Scapellato (LSKA) is an italian sound designer and videoartist, born in Bari in 1985, after spending a brief period of nomadhood during his early infancy, he grew up in Vicenza. After classical and sociological studies, in 2012 he graduated as “Interactive Music Technician for Digital Arts” at Scuola di Alto Perfezionamento Musicale (APM), Italy. In 2016, he participated in the 'In Vivo - Electro' workshop at IRCAM, Paris.
Starting from the study of musical improvisation and bringing it together with the passion for computing, he developed his interest in sound experimentation based on interactive systems for the creation of electronic and audiovisual performance. He focuses mainly on the interaction between sound and image, between instrument and user, and the relationships that arise during improvisation between artist and performer. His sound is inspired by dub and minimalism, with an experimental twist.
He has collaborated with many italian and international choreographers and performing artists, and has released three self-produced albums: • Delicate (2011) • Walls / Dub Reinassance (2013) • About Time (2014)