- Marzio Zorio

His research develops on the creation of large-scale installations, in which the sound component is of fundamental importance, focusing on the spatial properties of sound and the relationship it has with the environment, architectures and human presence. He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions, in Italy and also abroad, including “Il terzo giorno” (2018) at the Palazzo del Governatore in Parma and Artissima Sound at the Ogr in Turin, dedicated to sound installations. In 2020 he won the #raccontoplurale award organized by the CRT Foundation of Turin with a video made during the first Coronavirus quarantine. In the field of music, he collaborated with Nicolas Jaar by making special musical instruments used for several concerts and in the album Telas (2020) and later with the production of a track for the album Caves – A Compilation of Silence, published by Jaar’s Other People label. In 2022 at the group exhibition “Biennale Tecnologia – Technology is Humanity” organized by the Polytechnic University of Turin, he won first prize with the work “Human Motions.” Recent solo and group exhibitions include: PRINCIPLES – BUILDING FOR GENERATIONS, Biennale Tecnologia, Politecnico di Torino, Turin (IT) (first prize with the work Human Motions) (2022); SUPERLAB, Bicocca Superlab, Milan (IT) (2022); CONDITION OF INSIEME – MAJORITY REPORT, Galleria 10 & zerouno Venice (IT) (2022); BIBLIOTECA, Palazzo delle esposizioni – Sala Santa Rita , Rome (IT) (2020); ARTISSIMA, Artissima Sound, OGR, Turin (IT) (2018).