With an exceptional performance, Biesse will be dedicating its anniversary to man’s creativity and the technical abilities of the machine: a relationship that puts technological power at the service of the human being, exalting its spirit by means of understanding.WATCH THE MAKING OF VIDEO
Imagine machining centres at the service of art and creativity, no longer simply manufacturing tools, but real protagonists in their own right. The result is a symphonic composition like nothing else in the world: not violins, percussion or wind instruments, but Biesse machines.
This is Il Suono Nascosto, a research project focused on the sound of Biesse, which highlights the relationship between man and technology, and is designed to reveal the “hidden/ emotional” side of machines. Each individual movement of the machine has been singled out by more than 30 microphones and extrapolated from the preparation and machining phases.
The purpose of the study is to enhance the internal sound of machines, which is not audible to the human ear: thus, it will unveil a degree of expression never seen before, translating the power of movement into sound power, and transforming noise into music. The machines, which were built to work in “standard” mode, will be magically transformed into musical instruments, becoming true art installations.
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