Tutto Questo Sentire, 2019 / Performance, Installation view
Tutto Questo Sentire
Feb 14 – Mar 3, 2024
Turin, Italy

Recontemporary and Seeyousound International Music Film Festival present, in conjunction with the 5 years of the association and the 10 years of the festival, an articulated cross-media program that celebrates the 10 years of the international collective TUTTO QUESTO SENTIRE (TQS).The intention is to consolidate a dialogue that began in 2019 between the research supported by Recontemporary regarding video art and new media and the increasingly important connection between cinema and music promoted by Seeyousound, through a schedule that branches out into a series of events to investigate the works of the TQS collective.

The exhibition explores four archival video works: Albe, Exercises On Displacement, Isola, and Synchronized And Non-Synchronized Exercises Of Arrhythmic Empathy. For those who wish to delve into the artistic practice of the collective, it is possible to participate in a live performance at Cinema Massimo, a listening session of the new vinyl Space For Luminescent Actions (2023, Osàre! Edition) by Recontemporary, a talk, and a DJ Set by Iwasa, all within the association’s spaces.

TQS was born in 2014 from the meeting of Olivia Salvadori, Sandro Mussida, and Rebecca Salvadori. Their way of collaborating has developed over time organically, following exchanges that dealt with reflections on space and the search for a shared place that could accommodate the individual practices of the three.

Rebecca Salvadori has always worked with video in a non-linear way: materials assembled in blocks strongly connected to experimentation in the musical field. Olivia Salvadori focuses on vocal research beyond genre limits. Trained as a soprano, she has always experienced the voice as a sculpture, a vibrating material in which inner and shared space become one. Sandro Mussida’s research revolves around the practice of intentional listening, the relationship between acoustic and synthesized sound, and the connection with the environment.

TQS constitutes a system of experiences that unfolds generatively through residency projects, events, films, and publications that deepen the relationships between different sound traditions, the perception of time, and the environment.

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