ABOUT MICHELE INNOCENTE
Graduated in Multimedia Sciences and Technologies, he's been creating installations and videos for exhibitions and shows since 2005.
He developed a great experience in the realization of projections for Opera, theaters, and video art.
He has collaborated, among other things, to "Die Erzählung der Magd Zerline" by Hermann Broch at the Festival dei due Mondi in Spoleto,
Nabucco directed by Daniele Abbado at the Teatro alla Scala, Oberon, again for Abbado at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse, Der iegende Holländer directed by Federico Grazzini for the AsLiCo circuit and
Turandot, also directed by Grazzini at the Opéra of Nice, Il quadro nero ovvero la Vucciria by Marco Betta directed by Roberto Andò at the Teatro Massimo of Palermo, Cavalleria Rusticana and Turandot for the Festival Tones on the Stones.
He created the visual effects for Sandglasses by Justė Janulytė and Luca Scarzella, presented in numerous contemporary music festivals,
including Gaida Festival in Vilnius, Romaeuropa, Strasbourg Music Festival, Sydney Festival, Holland Festival (Amsterdam), Warsaw Autumn, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Sonica (Glasgow), Maerzmusik Festival (Berlin), Biennale Némo (Gaîté Lyrique, Paris), Musica festival (Strasbourg), Musicadhoy (Madrid), Moravian Autumn (Brno) to name a few.
He realized the video for Instrumental Freak Show - A Manifesto on Diversity by Giovanni Verrando,
presented at the Biennale Musica in 2020 and at the Elfo Puccini in 2021 for the Festival Milano Musica.
He created the video for the duet Feeling Good by Diego Tortelli, presented at Holand Dance Festival.
He worked on the project realized by Alina Marazzi for "Il Sogno di una cosa" by Mauro Montalbetti at Teatro Grande in Brescia and he realized the video mapping dress for C.Dior also directed by A.Marazzi.
He realized the visual show Il Quinto Stato at Palazzo Reale (MI) for Magà global arts.
He's teaching video direction at Accademia Teatro alla Scala.