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,

To see videos of performances and works by Alessandro Bosetti please visit his youtube page at

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!

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