TENPO is an archaic vision of sonic ingredients.
It’s a sound research immersed deeply on the timbre’s density, forwarding an idea of musical phenomenon as an event rather than as an object.
Organic concatenation of unstable sound materials, interacting with human designed algorithms.
It remains enigmatic for its double – human and worldy – origin, in a state of tension without resolution.
A bridge for alternative perspectives, dimensions and expressions.
It’s LEDEN manifesto, monolithic but permeable.
The reality’s complexity is increasing exponentially, streams of datas to be analysed and synthesised in multiplication.
We need to experience deeply time to find our balanced state, to perceive a connection with energies.
LEDEN is a project by Daniele Fabris, developed between the research lab GRAIM (Vicenza) and STEIM (Amsterdam).
Is a project to explore sound as a multisensorial phenomenon, investigating themes and techniques related to computer music, sound synthesis and live electronics production, to design alternative scenarios and trigger awareness about art, technology and perceptions.
Daniele, as a sonic artist and composer researcher, conceives electronic instrument design as an intrinsic part of his creative process.
His approach traces back the heuristic element of real-time sonic exploration, to express the poietic act of discovering new paths of human-machine interactions.
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