Davide Tidoni is an artist and researcher working with sound and listening.
With a particular focus on direct experience and observation, he creates live works of different formats that include performance, intervention, walk, and workshop.
Bound to the performativity of the recording act, he realises videos and sound recordings which function as pieces and/or as documentation material.
He uses text scoring as a way to write and conceptualise about his research on listening and expand it towards other possible applications in movement, sensory education, and dialogical practices.
Tidoni has a strong interest in the use of sound and music in counter-culture and political struggles and has published a sound ethnography on the northern italian ultras group Brescia 1911 (The Sound of Normalisation, 2018).

anti-social networking pages:

online archive of live actions with microphones and loudspeakers:
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