MICHELE FOTI, ( born in 1992 ) currently lives and works in Milan, Italy.
After Studying Contemporary art at Brera Academy, he started working as a freelance photographer and video maker.
Michele’s work is focused on simplicity and naturalness.
His practice is driven by a love for natural lights and simple colors, both of which are combined to define his very personal approach.
His work is focused on Fashion, Design and Architecture.
Réka Csiszér, daughter of transylvanian violoncellists, is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and performer, currently based in Zurich. Moving through various multidisciplinary projects and collaborations, she aims to create concept works where music and cinematography intersect and focus on atmospheric narratives, always in search for an individual honest aesthetic. For Nel Frattempo Réka created her first solo project VÍZ, in which she surrenders herself to the exploration of an experimental sound world.
“My audiovisual concept work Veils is a requiem for my father Imre, who passed away at the beginning of the pandemic, as well as a body horror soundtrack in seven stages. Veils deals with the transformation and decay of the physical body and also aims at unveiling different stages of multiple realities and selves.” RC, 2021
Ludwig Berger is a sound artist and composer based in Milan (IT) and Zurich (CH). In his compositions, installations and performances, he has explored playful entanglements with beehives, melting glaciers, retention dams, singing trees, peat bogs, underground spaces and microscopic materials. He has released various albums of field recordings, drones and improvisations and composes music and sound for film, theatre and radio. He is curator of the tape label Vertical Music, runs a monthly radio show at Radio Raheem and is research assistant at the Institute for Landscape Architecture at ETH Zurich, where he studies the sonic dimension of landscapes.
Tapiwa Svosve (/cullllt) is a Swiss/Zimbabwean saxophonist and electronic musician living in Zurich.
“I am always interested in some kind of collective research and learning process where we engage and interact with each other over time, opening up spaces we find interesting to explore further through sound or other tools. For this residency I am working on two releases, while exchanging questions of identity and AI memes with Tina Reden, Timotej Rosc, Awe IX and you?” TS, 2020
Davide Serpetti was born in L’Aquila in 1990. He lives and works between L’Aquila and Milan. He graduated in Painting and Visual Arts at NABA, New Academy of Fine Arts Milan and obtained a Master in Fine Arts at the KASK – Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Gent. He won Premio Combat Prize 2020 and has been selected as a finalist for the Komask Prize with a double exhibition at the Royal Academy in Antwerp and the Grand Curtius Museum in Liège.
As part of Nel Frattempo Residency, Davide Serpetti re-examined his work-flow within “DREAM IS DESTINY/THE DUKE” in a much more experimental way, in order to deal with the transformation brought to our lives due to Covid-19. Left with no atelier and restricted tools, he discovered himself focusing more and more on the creative process rather than on the final opera.
Carla Boregas was born and raised in São Paulo, Brasil. Interested in encounters and situations that can occur through sound practices, she explores the manipulation of synthesizers, bass, pre-recorded and electroacoustic sounds with a focus on repetition, textures and sensoriality, creating immersive atmospheres and also expansive soundscapes, both in her solo work or in collaboration with other artists.
Dive into her multifaceted work “SOPRO/PENA AO MAR” conceived as part of Nel Frattempo Residency, where she dedicated herself to two actions in parallel: creating an environment, through compositions, that changes and moves and imagining a collective performance through action.
“Italian director Marco Proserpio has been involved in film and television since the age of 20, when he started working at Mtv Italia. In 2018 he directed his first feature film, the documentary “The Man Who Stole Banksy”. Narrated by Iggy Pop and premiered at Tribeca Film Festival, the movie is co-produced with RAI Cinema and distributed worldwide. His most recent projects include a web series for the Museum of Louvre, the short film “Golden Age” and a series of 16mm shorts (see the instagram link below). The Quarantine redefines spaces, time and human relationships.
It raises questions about our identity, the relationship with ourselves, our image and our role within society.
Identity passes through the recognition of the other and social affirmation. Who can we be? Who can we become? Who were we, what is our true identity? Who I am? Does who I meet determine it?”
Li Tavor (b. 1983 in Basel-Stadt) is a Swiss architect, a musician and composer, living currently in Zurich. She’s the co-founder of the real-time music broadcasting project Pain and performs in several electronic improvisation formations. Together with Alessandro Bosshard, Matthew van der Ploeg and Ani Vihervaara, she was selected by the Swiss Arts Council in 2017 to curate the Swiss Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, where their exhibition Svizzera 240: House Tour was awarded the Golden Lion for Best National Participation.
Lea Bertucci is a composer, performer and sound artist whose work describes relationships between acoustic phenomena and biological resonance. In recent years, her projects have expanded toward site-responsive and site-specific sonic investigations of architecture. Deeply experimental, her work is unafraid to subvert musical expectation.
Listen to some raw outtakes of her, recorded from her apartment in New York during the first lockdown for Nel Frattempo Residency.
Marcel Gschwend aka Bit-Tuner, born 1978 in St. Gallen, lives and works in Zürich.
His musical field of expression reaches from Experimental Hip-Hop to Electronica, from Bass Music to Noise, Theatre Productions, Fashion Shows and Shortfilm Soundtracks.
Dive into his current works and listen to his track “Conversion” composed at the beginning of this year’s first lockdown as part of Nel Frattempo Residency, embracing feelings of standing still, paralysis, dependence, isolation, insecurity and also relaxation.