The Interactive Sound studio founded by Riccardo Mazza in 2001 is a visual and sound research laboratory specialising in artistic design of exhibition and multimedia courses with strong emotional impact, which develops through the creation of interactive immersive video environments.
Riccardo Mazza's research as an artist, musician and visual designer constitutes the know-how and distinctiveness of the technological language used to create installations intended as modern cultural communication tools.
The content of artistic projects for museums and companies is valued through the creative use of technology, enabling multimedia installations and real objects, scenography and virtual realities to exist side by side, as part of an organic and coherent project.
Together with collaborators Albero De Stefani and Matteo Bagnasacco, he created immersive sound and video pathways and installations for some of Italy's most prestigious exhibitions and museums.
Marengo. Dalla Battaglia al Museo - Spinetta Marengo
Ricordi Futuri - Palazzo Mazzetti , Asti
Che Storie! - Palazzo della Ragione, Milano
La Forza dell'Unità - OGR, Torino
Museo dei Cappuccini, Roma
Luce. L'immaginario Italiano - Complesso del Vittoriano, Roma
MUMA. Museo Missionario Indios - Assisi
1924-2014 La Rai racconta l’Italia - Complesso del Vittoriano, Roma
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