1990 (âge 28)
Bologna, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italie
Caterina Barbieri is an Italian composer now based in Berlin. Repetition and pattern permutation as media of perceptual insight lie at the core of her current sonic research. She has composed music for old and new synthesizers as well as for string instruments. A focus on minimalism in composition arises from a meditation on primary waveforms and exploration of the polyphonic and polyrhythmic potential of sequencers. By means of synthesis, pattern-based operations and additive canons, her music draws severe geometries in time and space. Her work explores themes of machine intelligence and object oriented perception in sound through approaching music practice as an integrative cognitive feedback between humans and technology. She has researched and produced music at the renowned EMS in Stockholm, where she has intensively composed for the Buchla 200 system. Her work has been commissioned and performed in festivals and venues of experimental music in Europe such as The Long Now, MaerzMusik and Atonal (DE), Norbergfestival (SE), Worm (NL), Dancity (IT), Angelica (IT), De Montfort University (UK), Manchester University (UK), Istituto Svizzero (IT), EGH (IT). She has past and upcoming releases on the American label Important Records. Since early 2016, she collaborates with the agency of the renowned historical Berlin festival Atonal and works on projects involving theatre and multimedia productions.
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