The review consists of five events devoted to the encounter between music and video and the evolution of the artistic styles of electronic music. Some of the top musical currents of the day will be represented, paying close attention to the sounds and stylistic features of the past, which are destined to create new elements in the acoustic styles of the future. The events all aim to promote the contribution being made by the younger generations, who are getting ready to become protagonists both in the world of music and in that of video. By involving the Mohole school and, in particular, its sound design and 3-D Animation courses, the review aims to bring about a conversation between the generations. The students will work on their audio and video projects following a precise brief that reflects the themes of the Exhibition and they will be able to perform alongside well-established artists such as Teho Tehardo, Alexander Robotnick, Claudio Simonetti, and Caterina Barbieri.
The work of a new generation will be presented, constituting a “future vision” based on a study and a citation of the past. With a focus on environmental sustainability issues, the review is committed to implementing an environmental management policy of its own in order to reduce the impact of its activities on the environment and on the population in each stage of its life, promoting virtuous practices. It also aims to include gender equality wherever possible in its choice of artists and it will address the issue in a series of activities, including a conference on the role of women in electronic music and the presentation of the book Le pioniere della musica elettronica by Johann Merrich.