25.10.20

[Sound - Official - Radio Show] Below 20 on Grenouille Radio


Sunday 25.10.2020 a track from the Sound Museum of Silence will be aired on Radio Grenouille (Marseille - FR) in a special show dedicated to silence curated by Chloe Despax. Tune in from 8 p.m: http://www.radiogrenouille.com

[Video - Official - Videoclip] Electric Prelude by Sergio Sorrentino

My new videoclip for electric prelude, a track by Sergio Sorrentino taken from electric (RMN Classical 2020), his latest album, is out now. The video blends dome dreamy landscape image with theater stage textures in an oniric trip that reflects on the emotion of creating art and performing it live. 

20.4.20

[Sound - Official - Call] #quarantine_landscape


#quarantine_landscape open call
As people experience different levels of lockdown due to the pandemic, our living spaces enter an anomalous, hard and somehow unexpected new dimension. Yet this condition can reveal some intriguing situations. Focusing on silence, the Below20 - Sound museum of Silence is opening a special call for field recordings of ambient “silenced” by the pandemic. COVID 19 is having a huge impact on our lives and this reflects on the places we habit or the places we don’t frequent anymore.*

Silence can be defined as a soundscape with loudness below 20 dB. This project is an open archive which collects silence as soundscape / field recording below 20 dB. This is an open and on-going project, so everyone can contribute with a silence, sending it by email at 20decibel[at]gmail.com
With the sounds, some information is required, like the place of the rec, time of the rec and of the day when was taken, type of ambient in wich the rec was taken, and of course the author. Based on this catalog of infos, some  publications (like digital collection) will be released.
By sending your track you agree to below20 to use it for publication/exhibition purpose.

Every contribution is appreciated, so arm your sampler!

25.3.20

New Website


My new website https://aaroninker.com is now online!

21.1.20

[Video - Official - Art] SAARV


SAARV (teaser) from aaron inker on Vimeo.
“At the beginning of the third millennium, the planet finds a new balance following the continuous environmental and climatic transformations. Living beings are adapting to the present conditions. 
Humanity is implementing strategies to combat water shortages. In particular, a new sector of science is concerned with developing ecosystems suited to life also through the recreation of river environments and now extinct river basins. The research is based on the study of natural elements collected and preserved through freezing in protected specific archives. The different samples permit to construct hypotheses on the original morphology and course of the rivers. The materials are analyzed through experimentation in a liquid and controlled environment.” Saarv is a video and sound installation that creates a liquid and immersive environment in which to experience the potential of water, within a process of generation and destruction of form. The flow of images shows the creation of landscapes from small elements taken from the environment, through the enlargement and amplification of details subjected to the metamorphic action of water.  The installation is part of a larger project related to water resources, environmental issues, and climate change. Specifically, the research was developed around the Cervo Torrent, Saarv in the Piedmontese dialect, a stream that runs through the city of Biella and that has shaped its territory over the centuries from a morphological, geographical, cultural and economic point of view. The choice to focus the research on the torrent comes from a personal interest of the artists concerning the transformations of the Biellese context, the industrial events and the social developments of its recent history.  The project is based on a research methodology that goes through various phases. Starting from the direct exploration of the specific area, it elaborates a poetic and imaginative representation of the territory itself, anchored to reality but directed towards possible speculative narratives. The artistic intention is to transform real and concrete data into new imaginaries, alternative worlds, and potential futures.
2019 

video and sound installation
live performance
in collaboration with Annalisa Zegna
sound by Kreggo
commissioned by Fondazione Pistoletto
produced by Hydro for Arte al Centro 2019

9.11.18

[Video - Official -Visuals] Nickodemus for Jazz Re:found

















A picture of Nickodemus playing under my visual set at Jazz Re:found in Milan!

4.9.18

[Video - Official - Videoclip] Gone tomorrow by Luca Sigurtà and Sergio Sorrentino

My new videoclip for gone tomorrow, a track by Luca Sigurtà and Sergio Sorrentino taken from naked brunch, Flag Day Recordings, 2018.
The video is related to some of the most intriguing artistic production of the last century, combining a research on the early experimentation about visual scores with some extract from german expressionist masterpiece Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari.