AVAILABLE:as soundscape designer
as composer and sound designer
BIO:Nicolo Scolieri is a soundscape designer
with professional experience
in a variety of environments and platforms.
After having studied Ethnomusicology at
UCLA's School of Arts and Architecture,
he went on to work for NPR and the
Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
as an analog audio conservator and digtial audio storyteller,
while continuing freelance radio production,
tape syncs for the BBC, WNYC, and others,
and writing and scoring fiction stories and ASMR.
Using modular audio hardware and digital sound programming,
he is currently building works of sound art and design,
bridging gaps between lived experience
and the physical sound world.
He's also doing research on
biomimicry, mathematics, and acoustics
for the sake of making cities and architecture
and exploring the world of soundscape ecology
through Fuse Art Space's CAMP Ecoacoustics workshop
in the Pyrenees (2018-19),
and other field recording projects in the US and the UK.
The goal is to build spaces, real and unreal,
that reconnect the human ear
to an ancient soundscape literacy.
WORKS:find a portfolio within the tabs above
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