Emanuele Cendron’s artistic practice is the combining of a philosophical analysis and the interest for sound and symbols. He tries to infiltrate the flaws between existence and language, questioning, at the same time, the beholder’s perspective and his figure of artist/composer/performer.
He graduated in philosophy in Venice, undertaking research about the relationship between Wittgenstein’s private language and neurosciences (mirror neurons). His interest in contemporary philosophy contributed in embracing a linguistic perspective, important framework of his practice, in which the intersubjective contingency prevails over the individual.
He has been performing as a singer for more than ten years, combining the live activity with the composition of experimental music, first in the industrial-rock scene, more recently in the electroacoustic field. This visceral interest for sound brought him to undertake a Master’s Degree in Sound Arts at the University of the Arts London.
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