Grazie a Marie Claire e Adelaide Corbetta!
“At Casa Scatturin, which is an office and apartment designed by Carlo Scarpa, I met Melissa McGill who, collaborating with curator Chiara Spangaro, exhibited The Campi a project dedicated to Venice. The American artist picked up sounds around some of the city’s public squares, photographed these spaces, mapped them and then went back to work on recordings that are now contained in sculptural sound boxes. Opening a Campo Box you are transferred into the middle of Venice, from any place you are. Because the sounds are unique to this city and the capacity to bring them elsewhere is unique to art.” Click here for full article. Photo by Adelaide Corbetta