“CONTEMPLATIONS AND LACER/ACTIONS” VIDEO TO BREAK PATTERNS AND BARRIERS: 7 MINUTES OF SCRIPTS FROM XVI CENTURY, VISUAL ART, MOTETS BY MONTEVERDI AND A CAPTURING VOICE…

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Guest Writer: Stefano Alberti

Twenty-seven images (Lacer/actions) by Roberto Alborghetti go with scripts by Thomas From Bergamo (1563-1631) or Thomas From Olera. This Italian mixed media production shows seven minutes of colors, thoughts, music and emotions which update – with the “abstract realism” of Roberto Alborghetti works – the scripts wrote by a mystic and visionary man who lived over 450 years ago.

The videoclip is a capturing game of contaminations which tries to break codes, patterns and barriers between different media and expressions: thoughts from XVI Century, visuals, urban art, motets composed by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643), the beautiful recitation of one of the most famous Italian speakers, Marco Minelli (Station manager at Radio Kiss Kiss Italian network) who gives strenght to the thoughts of Thomas from Bergamo. Yes, seven minutes of Past, Present and Future… 

“Contemplations and Lacer/actions” video was carried out in collaboration with some Italian excellences in media production and post-production: Centro Studi “Tommaso Acerbis”, Doriano Bendotti, Marco Daminelli and Marco Marcassoli.

The visual scenes created by Roberto Alborghetti are not paintings, and even graphic and digitally design made by computer, but absolutely realistic pics, captured from reality, like the other 50,000 images he has collected over the years during his research-survey on torn and ecomposed publicity posters and about “signs” and “cracks” in urban environments …

© ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, FOR "CONTEMPLATIONS AND LACER/ACTIONS"  PROJECT , 2013

© ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, FOR “CONTEMPLATIONS AND LACER/ACTIONS” PROJECT , 2013

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