I finally have a showreel. Putting it together brought memories of a lot of emotions, friends, artists of all kinds I worked with in the last ten years. Lots of trial and error and long discussions, learning so much in the process I am grateful for all of that.
Ah yes the video, is here: https://sergiomarchesini.it/film-soundtracks/
D20 ArtLab project for Electrolux, funded by SMATH and facilitated by Ca’Foscari University’ Management Department has made the news.
After releasing our Sound Lines video, we are now starting a new project for the company, based on Data Art and Partecipatory Design. More on that soon…
Our work for Electrolux is finally online.
Commissioned by Electrolux to celebrate its 100th anniversary it features a soundtrack composed using samples from the assembly line and a live musician.
See it here.
Different italian artists from different generations cover one song each, and I arranged Erica Boschiero version of “La Nuvola”
The use of more or less recent archival footage is consistently intelligent and intersects together well with the magistral score by composer Sergio Marchesini, with the direct sound recorded by sound engineer Alberto Cagol, and with the sound editing of Riccardo Spagnol. Their work immerses the viewer, with a polished audio landscape and some very evocative music, into this small microcosm of North-East Italy, and helps the film say a lot when words are not enough.
Full review here: https://cineuropa.org/en/newsdetail/377229/