“trying to induce a Stendhal syndrome through a musical dyspneic instrument”
(AKA “Humble self-portrait of a sound artist“)
In many cases, the artistic expression guarantees to the artist a valid filter to process the surrounding reality, as much as a way to sift through the ideas and emotions that the artist feels within himself before communicating them to the outside world.
But the extent to which the art is a communication tool and to what extent instead turns into a retention mechanism, it still not clear to me…
“…all I can tell is sound.
sometimes it is a little stuffy
but out there the air is thin and sick
and such discipline becomes the filter and the chain…”