Sonic Arms, graceful mechatronic concert

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Neural

May 29, 2020

Ultravioletto, Sonic Arms, 2019
Ultravioletto, Sonic Arms, 2019. © Filippo Gualazzi

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The use of cinematic machines, or at best, robots, during live performances, has been developed by a few artists in Canada (take Nicolas Bernier, for example) unofficially defining a specific aesthetics and practice. The Ultravioletto group is an Italian collective, but their piece “Sonic Arms” seems to continue in this North American vein.

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Cianciotta, Aurelio. “Sonic Arms, Graceful Mechatronic Concert.” Neural, May 2020, http://neural.it/2020/05/sonic-arms-graceful-mechatronic-concert/.
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Cianciotta, Aurelio. “Sonic Arms, Graceful Mechatronic Concert.” Neural. Bari, Italy, May 29, 2020. http://neural.it/2020/05/sonic-arms-graceful-mechatronic-concert/.
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Cianciotta, A. (2020, May 29). Sonic Arms, graceful mechatronic concert. Neural. http://neural.it/2020/05/sonic-arms-graceful-mechatronic-concert/
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@article{Cianciotta2020Sonic, address = {Bari, Italy}, author = {Cianciotta, Aurelio}, journal = {Neural}, year = {2020}, month = {may 29}, title = {Sonic {Arms}, graceful mechatronic concert}, howpublished = {http://neural.it/2020/05/sonic-arms-graceful-mechatronic-concert/}, }