Tell us about your visual journey?
Cinzia Campolese said just one project changed her life direction. Her last project at the Architecture University of Florence in Italy, a sound reactive RGB LED lights on Luminex fabric, “Concerto per Musica Cromatica”, moved her away from a classical set, costume design and production what she focused on during her school into audiovisual technology. Totally, a new door was opened for her.
She worked on several interactive projects for 1024 Architecture, our co-founder of MadMapper after her school.
Now, she started her company, IF, focused on audiovisual technologies with objects, set designs and micro-architecture with Erminio Alekos (architect), Marguerite Anthonioz (architect) and Régis Mandrillon (interior architect and product designer).
Apophenia – IF, 2014
It is an audio-visual installation that made of 16 α lamps controlled by video timeline. An intuitive view leads the audience to discover hidden patterns that merge with the real objects.
Design & Conception: IF, Cinzia Campolese, Marguerite Anthonioz, Régis Mandrillon, Erminio Alekos Serpente
Continuum is her latest installation with an English-French sound artist, Trespur, who she has been collaborating since 2015.
It is a 8 minutes long audioVisual installation and represents duality and meeting point in between. Two projections meeting a reflective panel in a middle creates a unique entity that reveals itself as a continuum light in space.
Design & Conception: Cinzia Campolese
Sound Design: Trespur
What is next?
Her new projects are research project studying pencil sketches and 3D interactive and another Audio Visual collaboration with Trespur. She will be moving to Montreal from Paris for a new adventure.
Stay turn what will come out of from this!