Human intervention modifying nature and occupying it by integrating into its space through architecture, nature reshaping spaces by (re)settling among structures in the form of a pulsating living organism, an ecosystem, a forest. An aural reflection on the experience of space and sound, and how the natural sound of a place can interact in particular with the architectural space that has occupied it. A visual, photographic and aural investigation of contemporary mountain landscape change, of what could have been, should have been, but was not.
"A Corte" is a photographic work by Adriano Zanni, a selection of excerpts, part of a much larger work of photographic and aural research / documentation carried out around the architectures of the former Eni Mountain Village in Corte di Cadore (Belluno, Italy) conducted over the last 15 years.
"A Corte" Consists of a 24-page booklet with an equal number of photographs coming with a companion "sonorization" created by Adriano Zanni and Enrico Coniglio, in which field recordings and sounds are mixed giving shape to a soundtrack that deeply explores folds of the soul of a place, overstepping realilty to become a dream. A total immersion in an "other" dimension among woods, villas, tents, camping, village, colony, church. Among the mountains of Cadore.