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Several years ago, Hilario Isola left the city to set up his studio in an old watermill in the Turinese countryside. This privileged observatory on nature led him to take an interest in extra-artistic practices, such as winemaking and beekeeping, as well as carrying out experiments with often unforeseeable outcomes using organic materials. Along with the sound artist Enrico Ascoli, for example, he composed the sound installation Auspicio, 2015 with three demijohns full of grape must: by passing along a thin glass tube containing a quantity of honey, the gas produced by the fermentation process manages to activate hunters’ birdcalls positioned in the upper part of the containers. [...]
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