Interferenze, the contemporary arts festival is an international and interdisciplinary event organized by the cultural association Interzona. Interzona is interested in connections between and interactions among multimedia, screen-based arts, sound, technology, and society. Interferenze is a meeting point for visitors, artists, and Italian and European arts critics. Through collaboration among research institutes, local, national, and international authorities, this event aims to create a synergy of thought among different disciplines in the fields of multimedia arts and digital technologies.
Interferenze 2005 will be located in San Martino Valle Caudina (Avellino – Italy) over the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd of September. The focus of this year’s festival will be: “Noises, Images, and Countryside Bits”. With three days of electronic sounds, new media arts, and cultural events, visitors will have an introduction to the territory of Valle Caudina, its values and its openness to new arts in the rural scenery of Capofiume/Ex-Windmill.
This year, Interferenze rediscovers its twofold soul, bridging digital provocation and the call of tradition. Interferenze combines digital arts and the beauty of nature, pixel and chlorophyll, avant-garde sound and the attachment to the province.