Roberto Pugliese (ITA/FI, b. 1980) is a sound and media artist and researcher based in Helsinki. His work consists of compositions, installations and performances and is often concerned with memories, the concept of interface and based on the augmentation of physical media. By collecting, processing and coupling audio and visual material, he works toward a common language among visual and sonic imageries. His installations often use sound and its transformation to establish alternative relations between the visitor and the space.
He has presented his work in festivals such as Plektrum (EE) and CARTES FLUX (FI) and Loikka (FI) and in galleries such as MUU Galleria (FI), the Science Gallery (IE) and EYEBEAM (NY). He has also collaborated with dancers and choreographers for the creation of alternative stages and new forms of media performance.
“My composition and performances explore the relationship between sound and images, their perceptual integration in time and space and intertwined choreography as one medium.” - Roberto Pugliese