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Fabris Fransesco

Sound artist, producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and sound engineer. Working with live electronics, interactive installations, AV performances, video works and recording studio productions. In his personal works he combines concrete & organic elements with electronic & digital processing and generative or pre-edited visual contents. Being into astronomy and biological science, space and nature are recurrent themes in his projects. He owns a B.A. (with highest distinction) in Electronic Music and New Technologies from the Conservatory of Castelfranco Veneto (IT); he studied at the Academy of Music, Intermedia Art Department and SME Studio of Electroacoustic Music in Krakow (PL) and graduated in Contemporary Writing and Production at CPM Institute in Milan. He works as producer, arranger, sound engineer, mixer, musician and live programmer with various artists in his private studio and in other facilities around Italy and Europe. He has performed with various projects in clubs, festivals, events, galleries and theatres across Italy, Germany, France, The Netherlands, Russia, India, Poland, Uk, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Lebanon and Czech Republic. Among the others: Kremlin Theatre (Moscow), Istanbul Congress Center (Istanbul), Gorki Theatre (Berlin), IRCAM Forum Workshop (Paris), Olympic Theatre of Rome, Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery, Krakow Music Composer Festival, Audio Art Festival, Solvay Modern Art Center, Arteteka (Krakow), Hangar Bicocca, La Triennale of Milan, Inner_Spaces, Auditorium S. Fedele, Festival Milano Musica, Milan Design Week, Milan Vogue Fashion Night, Terraforma Festival, Circolo Magnolia, BabilonRadioRai2 (Milan), University of Turin, Mtv Days 2011 (Turin), Municipal Theatre of Bolzen, Municipal Theatre of Vicenza. Solo and collaborative works have been featured on: The Creator Projects, Rolling Stone, Arduino, RadioRai, Noize, MTV, DeeJay Tv, WU Magazine, La Repubblica. Awards include first prize winner of S. Fedele Musica 2016, winner of DE.MO./MOVIN’UP 2015, first prize winner of T.A.T. 2011.