Giulia Vismara is composer and researcher in electroacoustic music who envisions sound as an organism that can morph into many different shapes and forms. Her works range from electroacoustic music to sound installation, from music for theatre to performance and video art. Space is the key to her work, the matrix that shapes the music and sounds she composes. Through her investigations, she explores the concept of space in a range of contexts, including architectural, urban, technological, and compositional.
Her current research focuses on 3D audio diffusion and different spatialization approaches. However, she is not only interested in exploring these possibilities, but also in studying how
these modes of listening allow us to reinterpret the limits of corporeality, considering space and time as intra-active agents rather than separate entities.