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Giancarlo Toniutti

Gender: Male
Country: Italy
Starting from free electroacoustic improvisations with Tiziano Dominighini in 1978 (later naming the duo "airthrob in"), enlarging his palette with a Crumar analog synthesizer in late 1980. Giancarlo Toniutti studied electronic music at the Conservatory in Venice (1982-1985) under Alvise Vidolin. Since 1985 he's worked only with acoustic sound-sources with analog treatments (magnetic tape etc.). His interest in visuals, installations and other art forms has been reflected in many of his works and other phenomena simply defined by Toniutti as "sound sites" as well as projects based on heterogeneous approaches to sonic acoustic materials. He has worked with many artists, including Siegmar Fricke, Andrew Chalk, Conrad Schnitzler and more recently James Wyness.