Emmanuel Spinelli is a sound artist and music lecturer. He has been involved in electro-acoustic composition, live electronics and free improvisation since 1998. His work has been presented at Tate Modern, Large Scale Audio Exp., Shunt, Soundfjord, Dragonfly Festival (Sweden), Jack (NYC), and Footsteps in the Wind, a soundscape study of Krakow and Auschwitz, won the C.C.P. and the George Blunden travel awards. Spinelli is currently completing a PhD in Sonic Arts at Goldsmiths. Through the years, he has developed an interest in issues related to soundscape transformation, psycho-geographies, manipulations of historical data, sonic remains and memory, particularly in relation to post-war Europe. His research revolves around the notion of acoustic phenotypology, that is to say the perception of individual identities through sound. All his work, at one level or another, explores human presence and history, through the cognition of the disembodied voice and the sonic environment.
Interactive AV installation: Un soleil Pour Deux Egoistes OOXXOO Take Courage Gallery, London 2009
Dreidel: Before the end of time Poland project: Footsteps in the Wind section
Sound-installation in situ, Gross Rosen Camp, Poland, 2006
SKAN @ Collision 2009 :
© Emmanuel Lorien Spinelli, 2008-2013