Marco Fusinato is a visual and music artist and a noise guitarist. He started in 2007 an ongoing series entitled Mass Black Implosion in which he modifies famous scores by a number of avant-garde composers by drawing lines from each original note to “an arbitrarily chosen point“.
The result bears a strong visual impact connected to the creation of a new composition in which every note might be played at once producing an intense effect. The original works are avant-garde musical compositions which embody a visual research, like the ones by Anestis Logothetis, Iannis Xenakis, John Cage, Béla Bartók, Yves Klein and many others.
A single work may occupy only a single page, but the largest one, Mass Black Implosion (Treatise, Cornelius Cardew) is composed ofby 193 pages exhibited together.
All images © Marco Fusinato
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