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Domiziana Bocina & Edoardo Cammisa // Lake Studies CDR+PRINTS

Domiziana Bocina & Edoardo Cammisa // Lake Studies CDR+PRINTS

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Italian experimental/noise labelEdoardo Cammisa, head of Sounds Against Humanity, and photographer Domiziana Bocina released a limited edition of 2022 CDR+ photos in November 11.

at Lake Aviliana Natural ParkContains 13 songs from field recordings.13 photos taken at the lakeside and DL code included.Below is an explanation by the label.

Domiziana Bocina (picture) Edoardo Cammisa (recording) is an interactive interpretation of events that occur in the aquascape of Lake Aviliana Natural Park, Italy.The work itself is neither a dry study nor an exhaustive creative recontextualization, but its methodology draws from both approaches.The work finds a deeply ambiguous, ambiguous and surreal stance on the dualism of man and nature, from which it examines and engages with the dynamics inherent in documentation.That is, how the documenter and the documenter are constructed and defined are visualized, narrated, and shown to exchange influence with one another.

The artist's process spans photography (interaction between recorder and recordee, identification and isolation of subjects, visual composition), post-processing (manipulation of electroacoustics and electrophotography), textuality (song titles), and more. be.Footsteps on piers, tree felling, camera shutters, the inevitable moaning of highways, man-made structures overwhelmed by vegetation, wind through foliage, calls of waterfowl, secret underwater happenings exposed by hydrophones. , harsh filtering and subtle sampling, titles, some descriptive, some reflective.Worlds within worlds, worlds under worlds, worlds to worlds, all interrelationships.



Sounds Against Humanity Other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Sounds Against Humanity releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes DL code. 15 hand-numbered copies. 
.
— Full prints of the thirteen photographs on high quality 300 gr. cardboard.
—White CDr.
—Transparent plastic envelope.

Text by Edward Trethowan:

"Domiziana Bocina (photography) and Edoardo Cammisa (sound recording) here interactively interpret events amid waterscapes of the Lago Grande, Parco Naturale dei Laghi di Avigliana, Italy. Although itself neither a dry study nor a thorough creative recontextualisation, this work's methodology draws from It finds its own vague, surreal position, largely ambivalent towards human–nature dualism, from which to consider and engage with some of documentation's familiar dynamics: how documenter and documented are constructed and delineated, made visible, narrated, shown to interact and exchange influence.

The process of the artists reaches across capture (documenter–documented interaction, subject discrimination and isolation, visual composition), post-processing (electroacoustic and electrophotographic manipulation) and textuality (track titles).At these levels, direct and indirect human and non- human activities continuously overlap: jetty footsteps, a tree felling, camera shutters, the inevitable motorway moan; synthetic structures succumbing to vegetation, wind wisping through and by leaves, waterfowl chatter, secret underwater events hydrophonically exposed; strict filtering and subtle sampling; titles, some descriptive and others reflective. Worlds within and beneath and against worlds, all interrelation."

Artist : Domiziana Bocina & Edoardo Cammisa

Label: Sounds Against Humanity

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Italian experimental/noise labelEdoardo Cammisa, head of Sounds Against Humanity, and photographer Domiziana Bocina released a limited edition of 2022 CDR+ photos in November 11.

at Lake Aviliana Natural ParkContains 13 songs from field recordings.13 photos taken at the lakeside and DL code included.Below is an explanation by the label.

Domiziana Bocina (picture) Edoardo Cammisa (recording) is an interactive interpretation of events that occur in the aquascape of Lake Aviliana Natural Park, Italy.The work itself is neither a dry study nor an exhaustive creative recontextualization, but its methodology draws from both approaches.The work finds a deeply ambiguous, ambiguous and surreal stance on the dualism of man and nature, from which it examines and engages with the dynamics inherent in documentation.That is, how the documenter and the documenter are constructed and defined are visualized, narrated, and shown to exchange influence with one another.

The artist's process spans photography (interaction between recorder and recordee, identification and isolation of subjects, visual composition), post-processing (manipulation of electroacoustics and electrophotography), textuality (song titles), and more. be.Footsteps on piers, tree felling, camera shutters, the inevitable moaning of highways, man-made structures overwhelmed by vegetation, wind through foliage, calls of waterfowl, secret underwater happenings exposed by hydrophones. , harsh filtering and subtle sampling, titles, some descriptive, some reflective.Worlds within worlds, worlds under worlds, worlds to worlds, all interrelationships.



Sounds Against Humanity Other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Sounds Against Humanity releases available at Tobira. 

---------------------

Includes DL code. 15 hand-numbered copies. 
.
— Full prints of the thirteen photographs on high quality 300 gr. cardboard.
—White CDr.
—Transparent plastic envelope.

Text by Edward Trethowan:

"Domiziana Bocina (photography) and Edoardo Cammisa (sound recording) here interactively interpret events amid waterscapes of the Lago Grande, Parco Naturale dei Laghi di Avigliana, Italy. Although itself neither a dry study nor a thorough creative recontextualisation, this work's methodology draws from It finds its own vague, surreal position, largely ambivalent towards human–nature dualism, from which to consider and engage with some of documentation's familiar dynamics: how documenter and documented are constructed and delineated, made visible, narrated, shown to interact and exchange influence.

The process of the artists reaches across capture (documenter–documented interaction, subject discrimination and isolation, visual composition), post-processing (electroacoustic and electrophotographic manipulation) and textuality (track titles).At these levels, direct and indirect human and non- human activities continuously overlap: jetty footsteps, a tree felling, camera shutters, the inevitable motorway moan; synthetic structures succumbing to vegetation, wind wisping through and by leaves, waterfowl chatter, secret underwater events hydrophonically exposed; strict filtering and subtle sampling; titles, some descriptive and others reflective. Worlds within and beneath and against worlds, all interrelation."

Artist : Domiziana Bocina & Edoardo Cammisa

Label: Sounds Against Humanity