HIC ET NUNC
FROM A CD TO AN ARTISTIC PROJECT
How is possible to make necessary the presence of an object that today is not necessary any more?
What can really push me to create a cd instead of just putting my music online? The answer was: HIC ET NUNC.
Although the work cannot completely rid itself of this need, each phonographic copy takes on a unique and unrepeatable role. All the covers are indeed different one from the other. Each one represents a forty-ninth of the image on the first page of the booklet, creating, in fact, a work within the work.
The fundamental singular point has however been specified the moment in which, hic et nunc, you choose your copy and, as a result, your work, thus determining the uniqueness of the object. From that moment it begins to live as VISUAL AND AUDITORY WORK, to communicate with its interlocutor, and becomes, finally, a work of art.
The concept of extemporaneus is present at different levels of the work:
- Photography was used as a privileged means of instant reproduction of reality: the real moment (idealized) in which things happen, fixed on the film;
- Songs have a kind of improvised structure and development even if they are written;
- Trere are two improvised trak;
- The Original work will only exist at the time of its presentation. In fact, those who decide to buy a part of the work will gradually deconstruct the installation.
The structure of the songs refers to this concept: "Lumen et Umbrae" is the best example..
The content of the two parts is different.
The CD contains pieces awarded at the most important classical guitar composition competitions:
1st Prize at the International Competition “BOSTON GUITARFEST COMPOSITION COMPETITION” (2013);
1st Prize at XXV CONCURSO DE COMPOSICIÓN DE GUITARRA CLÁSICA “ANDRÉS SEGOVIA” (La Herradura-Granada, 2013);
1st Prize at the International Competition of classic guitar composition “CLAXICA 2014”;(Italia)
1st Prize at the International Compositio Competition “IV PRÉMIO INTERNACIONAL DE COMPOSIÇÃO FERNANDO LOPES-GRAÇA” (Portogallo 2014).