Ale Guzzetti is one of the first artists in Italy to begin research into interactive art. Since 1983 he has been working on the shape and electronic circuits of sound-emitting sculptures. These sculptures are composed of torch blown glass and various everyday plastic objects assembled together according to their shape and nest electronic circuits built by the artist. Such circuits can emit sounds, noises, voices and are subsequently able to generate brief sound sequences or recite fragments of poetic verses.
Sound-emitting sculptures - interactive art - installation - Robot. Read more
Ale Guzzetti's recent works are about robot technology and interaction between technological sculptures and environment. See more
Centinaia di piccole sculture sonore e interattive, mini-moduli di “old” and “low” technologie da installare nei più belli e famosi giardini: dalle Azzorre ai Giardini Zen del Giappone, dalle Galapagos ai giardini galleggianti Birmani, i deserti degli Emirati Arabi e dell’Ubzekistan, della Cina e dell’Africa ecc. Guarda il progetto