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Musica Sanae is a research-based art project dedicated to intersections of sound and medicine. In three consecutive events in Naples, Sokolowsko and Berlin over forty musicians, performers, researchers and theoriests will present their takes on how new ways of hearing produce and underlie our notions of hygiene, health, well-being, progress and sanity. All acts will be hosted by unique venues of which most are of historical importance for medical architecture. 

Project financed by Kulturstiftung des Bundes

 

Main organizer          Main partners

 

Additional support

 

Additional partners

 

Publication partners

 

Pseudacusis by Anthony Pateras is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria

 

 

 

Curatorial Team: Michal Libera, Domenico Napolitano, Renato Grieco, Giulio Nocera, Bolognino, Farahnaz Hatam, Colin Hacklander

Prodcution Team: In Situ (Sanatorium of Sound Festival) with Phonurgia (La Digestion Festival) and N.K. Projekt

Support: Kulturstiftung des Bundes

Additional Support: Goethe Institut, Pro Helvetia

Partners: Museum Kesselhaus Herzberge, Fondazione Morra