Composer, sound-artist, performer and researcher, Filippo Fabbri studied Computer Science and System Engineering at La Sapienza University, Rome (2001-2005) and obtained a PhD in applied physics at Ecole Polytechnique (France) in 2009, followed by a PhD in Systems Engineering. Pianist and sound artist, Fabbri studied also musical composition and orchestration at the H. Berlioz and CRR93 Conservatories in Paris and Aubervilliers. Fascinated by the art-science intersection, he combines his technical and artistic background to explore contemporary analog and digital art and music, especially immersive sonic art-science installations, music/sound-art for cinema and theatre and live performances.
Welcome to Concrete House .art which features curated pavilions and an exhibition of digital artists selected through an open call. The curated pavilions include Ars Electronica’s partners, .ART’s artist in residence Medina Kasimova and a selection of work from .ART’s and Arlekin Players Theatre’s collaborative project ZeroGravity.art, directed by Igor Golyak and featuring the renowned choreographer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov. Concrete House .art participants join the space for playful reflections on the creation of virtual environments.