|2023, 35', world premiere
|Composition, programming, instrument design and making:
|Alberto Anhaus, Núria Carbó
|La Biennale di Venezia - CIMM, Centro di Informatica Musicale Multimediale
Biennale College Musica / Fabio Machiavelli - Machines Inside Me
The space of Machines Inside Me is split into two areas: an entrance hall, where a limited exhibition is set up, and the main area, in which the audience faces three self-built instruments set in a circle.
The sound experience is divided into two moments: at first instruments activate independently, creating a sort of “sound magma”, which serves as a prelude to the actual performance that begins when performers stand from the audience and start to play. The final part of the piece, after a climax, is a sort of “negative” of the previous “magma sound”: space is left to the human action alone, which concludes the performance.