Stop-motion film, carried out with puppets and sceneries made from recycled materials. Film entirely self produced and created over a five year period in a room of 21 sq. meters with a miniDV and a super8 camera, an sm57 microphone, a 600mhz processor computer and extensive nic-nacs.
Gregory Petitqueux (France)
Ecclectic experimental visual artist. He mixes technics and digital technologies to create stranges bricolages. After a period of creation as co-director for a theatre troupe, he makes the decision to reduce the dimensions of sceneries and actors in order to realise Gramma. Today he is working with digital media and scenography for theatre companies and video-animation studios.
Tuia Cherici (Italy)
Self-taught education in painting, sculpting, filming, travelling, jobbing around and outside Europe. At the same time she approached music by improvising with a clarinet. Experimental dialogue between music instruments became her prior interest. Recently, she develope an own visual methodology of experimentation based on a filming, projecting improvisation performance with musicians
Danilo Casti (Italy)
Musician and composer, expert in electroacoustic composition and live electronics. He developed over the years an interest in the real time composition methods. His research looked at the executive mode of live electronics and the gestural possibilities of electroacoustic music. A deep criticism toward the society and to all the contemporary sound environments have pushed his philosophical line to a deconstructivist aesthetic.