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March 16, 2012
The innovative Roman sound artist explores the space within
- Text by Luca Lo Pinto
Dario D'Aronco is a young and very promising artist. He was born and grew up in Rome, but then he decided to leave his native city to move to Rotterdam. His first interest is sound and music in general. Giacinto Scelsi above all. Most of his works create a dialogue with the surrounding context using the media of sound itself.
Satellite Voices: What was the first work you ever made?
Dario D'Aronco: It's an audio track in which I imitate the birds.
SV: What is the first work of art you have memory of?
Dario D'Aronco: A black line lying over the white, probably made by me.
SV: What’s your dream project?
Dario D'Aronco: It should be something that makes you studying, for sure it will be studied in the primary school.
SV: What do you wish you had realised?
Dario D'Aronco: A long highway.
SV: Who’s an artist would you recommend on checking out?
Dario D'Aronco: Maurice Blaussyld.
SV: How do you describe your work?
Dario D'Aronco: It is condensed and blackish.
SV: What is the best spot in Rome where to show a work of art?
Dario D'Aronco: Under a high ceiling, a dome if possible.
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