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Fabio Perletta // Cell-Fate CD

Fabio Perletta // Cell-Fate CD

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Italian experimental musician Fabio Perletta released a limited edition of 2022 CDs from the Greek experimental label Granny Records in December 12.

Calm electro-acoustic~Noise collage 4Includes songs.

The following is a commentary by the writer himself.

Microbiology has a very important role in my life.Lately, I've been thinking a lot about cell lifespan.How cells arise, evolve, change, and ultimately die.A good friend of mine was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer a few months ago.From our point of view, cancer is bad, but life is never human-centered.Life goes its own way and most of it is beyond our control.Today, thanks to research in epigenetics, we have discovered that the environment can change our DNA.Love, like sound, can change your DNA.I see my sound fragments as stem cell-like undifferentiated (or partially differentiated) cells whose fate is controlled by a complex intracellular molecular regulatory network.I have adopted this perspective as a method of composition.Proximities, relationships, distributions and interactions determine the behavior of sounds, much like biological systems.Life is a network, and we cannot exist without plants, fungi, and ultimately other humans.Sound provides a special framework for building complex systems of collision, overlap and motion.It is a way of staying within the complexity that permeates our lives.And just like life is ever-changing, so are my snippets of sound, adapting to new contexts, needs and listener sensitivities.Sound, like cells, exists as a biological process.We are also part of that process.We are called to remain in this mystical journey.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Granny Records releases available at Tobira. 

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Artist statement-
Microbiology plays such an essential role in my life. Recently, I've been reflecting a lot about cells' lifespan, and how they originate, evolve, transform and eventually die. One of my best friends was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer months ago. From our perspective, cancer is such a bad thing but life, for sure, is not anthropocentric. It seems to follow its own path, mostly out of our control. Today, thanks to recent studies of epigenetics, we discovered that the environment can alter our DNA. Love can change our DNA, as well as sound. I think of my sound fragments as undifferentiated (or partially differentiated) cells, like stem cells, whose fate is controlled by complex intracellular molecular regulatory networks. compositional method: proximity, relation, distribution, and interaction determine the behavior of the sounds like in a biological system. Life is a network, we could simply not exist without plants, fungi and ultimately other hum ans. Sound offers an extraordinary framework within which to build an intricate system of collisions, overlappings, and movements. It is a way of staying within the complexity permeating our lives. And as life continuously changes, my sound fragments transform, adapting to new contexts Sounds, like cells, exist as a biological process. We exist as a process. We are asked to stay within this mysterious journey.
artist: Fabio Perletta

label: Granny Records

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Italian experimental musician Fabio Perletta released a limited edition of 2022 CDs from the Greek experimental label Granny Records in December 12.

Calm electro-acoustic~Noise collage 4Includes songs.

The following is a commentary by the writer himself.

Microbiology has a very important role in my life.Lately, I've been thinking a lot about cell lifespan.How cells arise, evolve, change, and ultimately die.A good friend of mine was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer a few months ago.From our point of view, cancer is bad, but life is never human-centered.Life goes its own way and most of it is beyond our control.Today, thanks to research in epigenetics, we have discovered that the environment can change our DNA.Love, like sound, can change your DNA.I see my sound fragments as stem cell-like undifferentiated (or partially differentiated) cells whose fate is controlled by a complex intracellular molecular regulatory network.I have adopted this perspective as a method of composition.Proximities, relationships, distributions and interactions determine the behavior of sounds, much like biological systems.Life is a network, and we cannot exist without plants, fungi, and ultimately other humans.Sound provides a special framework for building complex systems of collision, overlap and motion.It is a way of staying within the complexity that permeates our lives.And just like life is ever-changing, so are my snippets of sound, adapting to new contexts, needs and listener sensitivities.Sound, like cells, exists as a biological process.We are also part of that process.We are called to remain in this mystical journey.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Granny Records releases available at Tobira. 

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Artist statement- Microbiology plays such an essential role in my life. Recently, I've been reflecting a lot about cells' lifespan, and how they originate, evolve, transform and eventually die. One of my best friends was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer months ago. From our perspective, cancer is such a bad thing but life, for sure, is not anthropocentric. It seems to follow its own path, mostly out of our control. Today, thanks to recent studies of epigenetics, we discovered that the environment can alter our DNA. Love can change our DNA, as well as sound. I think of my sound fragments as undifferentiated (or partially differentiated) cells, like stem cells, whose fate is controlled by complex intracellular molecular regulatory networks. compositional method: proximity, relation, distribution, and interaction determine the behavior of the sounds like in a biological system. Life is a network, we could simply not exist without plants, fungi and ultimately other hum ans. Sound offers an extraordinary framework within which to build an intricate system of collisions, overlappings, and movements. It is a way of staying within the complexity permeating our lives. And as life continuously changes, my sound fragments transform, adapting to new contexts Sounds, like cells, exist as a biological process. We exist as a process. We are asked to stay within this mysterious journey. artist: Fabio Perletta

label: Granny Records