Roberto Paci Dalò presents “Time Line” a retrospective exhibition at Marsèlleria, Milan, where drawings, sound, sculptures, and videos are installed to create a single, large immersive environment. He creates his work starting with sound and drawing, then expands to sculpture, installation, music, film, performance, and pop culture.
Art, science, and nature are also the key words of his oeuvre. A pioneer in the use of Internet and in integrating analogical and digital technologies, his work areas include: radio transmission, telematic networks, persistence of classical tradition in contemporaneity, psicoacoustics, robotics, cybernetics, man-machine interaction, real-time sound-image elaboration, soundscapes (acoustic city portraits), cartography. “Time Line” (through December 6th) is dedicated to John Cage: on display is his mesostic dedicated to Paci Dalò and never presented in public before. Italian artist Roberto Paci Dalò works with music, performing arts, visual arts and film. His projects have been presented at Kunsthalle Wien, Museum Moderner Kunst Vienna, Fundació Joan Miró Barcelona, Biennale di Venezia, Wien Modern, Galleria Civica di Modena, Musikprotokoll im Steirischer Herbst, Hebbel-Theater, Inventionen Berlin, Ars Electronica Linz, D!sturbances Copenhagen, Spieltheater Munich, Intermedium 2 ZKM Karlsruhe, Bienal de Radio México, The Western Front Vancouver, Locarno Film Festival, Musica Strasbourg, Budapest Autumn Festival, Scopetone and SKIF St. Petersburg, MaerzMusik/Berliner Festspiele, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Sonambiente Berlin, Vienna Opera House, REC Reggio Emilia, a.o.
Paci Dalò lives and works in Rimini (Italy) and Berlin.
A Skype conversation with Roberto Paci Dalò about his exhibition at Marsèlleria in Milan (November 2012)