Davide Tidoni is an artist working from the boundaries of physical, perceptual, and affective dimensions of sound. His work addresses questions regarding interactions with acoustic space, interdependence, and impermanence. His practice also includes interests in the use of sound in counter-cultures and social contexts of struggle. He published The Sound of Normalisation (2018), a field research on the ultras group Brescia 1911, and Where Do You Draw the Line Between Art and Politics (2021), a series of interviews with individuals active at the intersection of art and politics.

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anti-social pages:
vimeo
soundcloud
youtube
bandcamp

online archive of live actions with microphones and loudspeakers:
when sound ends