Artistic activity Art sound installations

Art sound installations

The art sound installations realized at Centro Ricerche Musicali (Rome), are artworks which integrate music to sound diffusion instruments and to scenic and listening space. They represent one of the innovations of contemporary musical language because they gave life to a more general transformation process of musical works fruition and composition modes.

At the beginning of nineties, after the first public presentations, which proposed a music capable of creating a virtual architecture around the listener, they progressively started to make use of materials and forms functional to the construction of the space where sound lives and moves. The fruition of the musical artwork happens through a total experience of sound and of environment, and it takes advantage of senses in a correlate way, to stimulate first the intuitive plane and then the active and cognitive participation of the listener, who chose the behaviour which suits better the listening.

Adaptive sculptural-musical installation made by LICIA GALIZIA and MICHELANGELO LUPONE

Rome, MACRO – Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome
Inauguration: 9th April 2014 h. 6:00 pm
Open to the public: 10th April – 7th September 2014

OASI is a sculptural-musical installation usable by everybody without accessibility limits, a multi-sensorial experience space, an immersive and interactive environment, which can change, adapt and develop the musical form in relation to user’s gestures.

All the expressive components of OASI are related to each other and integrate listening, touch and view.



Milano, 18 November 2013 – 26 January 2014 
Exhibition dedicated to Giuseppe Verdi

VENI, VIDI, VERDI. La donna è mobile. Mostra dedicata a Verdi al Palazzo Morando.


Rome, 28 March – 2 June 2013

Sculptural and musical adaptive artwork, by Michelangelo Lupone (Music and Planephones®) and Licia Galizia (sculpture)

Light Touch - Licia Galizia, Michelangelo Lupone


Trevi nel Lazio, 4 - 31 August 2013
Art sound installation with Planephones®, by Laura Bianchini



Roma, 20 febbraio – 10 aprile 2010
Installazione adattiva plastico-musicale di Michelangelo Lupone e Licia Galizia


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