Fabio Perletta is a sound and installation artist living and working in Italy. His research – concerned with matter and immaterial – focuses on duality, revealing a network of hidden connections to transcend the limit of media. Investigating notions such as weight and lightness, visible and invisible, his work encourages different levels of experience, engagement and contemplation. Perletta’s practice reveals an inner discipline which goes beyond the scope of rational coordinates, whilst addressing reality and small things.

His work encompasses recorded compositions, performances, site-specific interventions and installations, appearing worldwide at festivals, art spaces and artistic residencies including A×S Festival (Pasadena, US), Human Resources (Los Angeles, US), VOLUME (Los Angeles, US), EMS Elektronmusikstudion (Stockholm, SE), BlueProject Foundation (Barcelona, ES), Arts Santa Mònica (Barcelona, ES), Museum of Modern Art (Medellín, CO), Musee National des Arts Asiatiques Guimet (Paris, FR), Ftarri (Tokyo, JP), Kid Ailack Art Hall (Tokyo, JP), Ryosokuin Temple (Kyoto, JP), Art Center (Tsukuba, JP), Café OTO (London, UK), O’ Art Space (Milan, IT), Saturnalia Festival (Milan, IT), Eufònic Festival (Ulldecona/Barcelona, ES), E-fest Cultures Numériques (La Marsa, TN), roBOt Festival (Bologna, IT), Acusmatiq Festival (Ancona, IT), Flussi Festival (Avellino, IT), Krake Festival (Berlin, DE), Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome, IT), AlbumArte Gallery (Rome, IT).

His solo and collaborative recordings are mainly documented on LINE, Dragon’s Eye Recordings, Auf Abwegen and his own imprint 901 editions.

In recent years, Perletta has collaborated, through curatorships, installations, performances and recorded works with the likes of Asmus Tietchens, Richard Chartier, William Basinski & James Elaine, Tetuzi Akiyama, Yann Novak, Giuseppe Ielasi, Mark Fell, Nicolas Bernier, Luigi Turra, France Jobin, xx+xy visuals, Thomas Köner, Davide Luciani & Mote Studio and Christina Vantzou, among others.

He plays as Cygni alongside Pierluigi Scarpantonio and works for the curatorial project Lux.

Perletta continues evolving his research, while keeping his paramount interest towards the exploration of the inter-relationship between notions of presence, intangibility and focus on listening.