Dance film: web panel with Noémie Lafrance and Paolo Armao facilitated by Renata Sheppard

On Friday, 13 Jun 2014 at 9 am EST (U.S. Eastern), 4 pm UTC (Italy), Experimental Film Virginia will host a discussion on Google Hangout with award winning fimmaker and choreographer Noémie Lafrance and sound designer Paolo Armao on the intersection of movement, location, image and sound, facilitated by Renata Sheppard.  A preamble on the themes that … More Dance film: web panel with Noémie Lafrance and Paolo Armao facilitated by Renata Sheppard

David Sonnenschein’s Visual Maps: a tool for Sound Design and Storytelling

In September 2010 I attended a Webinar held by David Sonnenschein on Sound Design techniques and Sound Effects Design. At the end of this 5-weeks course, I was asked by David to write a testimonial on how I used some of the tools for story analysis that he presented during the workshop. My previous experience on … More David Sonnenschein’s Visual Maps: a tool for Sound Design and Storytelling

Resounding the first Italian Senate

Turin’s Palazzo Madama hosted the first Italian Senate during the 19th Century. In honor of the 150 year anniversary of the Unification of Italy, Fondazione Torino Musei commissioned VR&MMP to realize a multimedia installation recreating the original Italian Senate experience. 1. The Briefing We were honored to lead the production of this patriotic installation, drawn to the … More Resounding the first Italian Senate

Meris Angioletti’s Stanzas: a customized approach for multi-channel audio mix

Meris Angioletti, an emerging name in the Contemporary Art scene, has recently presented her installation “Stanzas” at the Biennale di Venezia 2011 Exhibit. The goal for this sound-art installation was to obtain a unique sound texture for each of three Worlds in the radio drama: The dream state world, The real world, The filmic world, and fully … More Meris Angioletti’s Stanzas: a customized approach for multi-channel audio mix

Designing Sound for Dance-Film: Workshop in Cape Charles

Dance for the Camera is a unique time-based art form that crosses disciplinary boundaries; it is movement in time and space envisioned through the frame, a dynamic composition that is equally relevant to dance, visual arts, film, theatre, architecture, and design. The two weeks Dance for the Camera workshop that will take place in Cape … More Designing Sound for Dance-Film: Workshop in Cape Charles