Profile of the performer Fabio Perletta:
Fabio Perletta (b. 1984) is a sound & multimedia artist living and working in Roseto degli Abruzzi, Italy. His works include electronic music, sound & light installations, live performances and graphic design. By using computer, digital sound generators and custom softwares, Perletta’s sound research explores the intersection between different yet complementary areas such as physics, psychology and human perception.
His works have been exhibited internationally at media art festivals, art galleries and venues including SoundFjord (London, UK), Café OTO (London, UK), Flussi Festival (Avellino, IT), Acusmatiq Festival (Mole Vanvitelliana, Ancona, IT), Krake Festival (Berghain Kantine, Berlin, DE), Paradoxes (Ravenna's Planetarium, IT), Dromoscope Sessions (Wendel Café, Berlin, DE), Zooart Festival (Cuneo, IT), Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome, IT), In Visibile Festival (Colli Del Tronto, IT), Raum (Bologna, IT), Sinister Noise (Rome, IT), Nutrimenti Festival (Terni, IT), Spazio Cerere (Rome, IT).
Over the years he has collaborated as curator/musician and shared the stage through live performances and group exhibitions with international artists such as Vladislav Delay (FI), Richard Chartier (US), Yann Novak (US), AGF/Antye Greie (DE), Giuseppe Ielasi (IT), Dadub (DE), Emiliano Romanelli (IT), TU M’ (IT), Lawrence English (AU), Ennio Mazzon (IT), Franz Rosati (IT), Giustino Di Gregorio (IT), Fabio Orsi (IT), Plaster (IT), Lasal (ES), Simon Whetham (UK), MDF/Grün (IT), Davide Luciani (IT), Ubik (IT), AIPS (IT) and others. His solo and collaborative recordings have been published by Farmacia901 (IT), Nephogram (IT), Ripples (IT), Oak Editions (IT), Murmur Records (JP), Taâlem (FR) and Stroboscopic Artefacts (DE).
He runs the Farmacia901 Label, which is a media-network founded around principles of beauty as minimalism, music as design and sound as malleable material, fusing elements ranging from experimental electronics to sound art and microsounds. The label focuses on releasing sound works via limited edition CDs, art-objects and digital works that combine a deeply emotional aim with a clear conceptual framework and aesthetic vision.