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ATLASING: Alessandro Bosetti at the Stamp Gallery, UMCP

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ATLASING: Alessandro Bosetti
Presented by Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland College Park
Opening reception with live performance Wednesday January 28, 6-8PM
Exhibition: January 26 – February 20, 2009

Alessandro Bosetti, an interdisciplinary artist and traveler, tells a mixed-media tale of a land that changed a long time ago. ATLASING is a documentary show promoting historical awareness and memory repression.

Bosetti is a Composer and sound artist, currently living between Baltimore , Berlin and Milan . “He works on the musicality of spoken words and unusual aspects of spoken communication. Field research and interviews often build the basis for his abstract compositions along with electro-acoustic and acoustic collages, relational strategies, trained and untrained instrumental practices, vocal explorations and digital manipulations.” – from Alessandro Bosetti’s website, http://www.melgun.net

To see videos of performances and works by Alessandro Bosetti please visit his youtube page at http://www.youtube.com/user/alessandrobosetti

1st floor of Stamp Student Union. University of Maryland College Park – only a 40-50 minute drive from Baltimore on 95 south or take the marc (camden line) train to college park for $12 bucks round trip–train leaves the camden yard station at 5:15pm! http://www.thestamp.umd.edu/gallery

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