On a twelve-string guitar kindly provide by Oliver Gangemi from Tatti. For more information on Peter Crivelli see this page.
In un mysterious location in Southern Tuscany (code name “Jurassic Park”). In preparation for the Germany + Politecnico di Milano tour.
The video was shot by Dario Canal on July 17, 2018 before the Amish from Jack White concert at the Ampeleia Wine Bar in Roccatederighi, Southern Tuscany. Some guests (i.e. Wolfgang Scheibe and Jack O’Malley from the Metalliferous Hills Jug Band, which was about to be launched) eventually joined the show as the rythm section.
Realizzata nella seconda parte dell’intervento nell’ambito del corso di formazione per il patentino dell’ospitalità del Comune di Castiglione della Pescaia (GR), giovedì 7 marzo a Tirli (vedi annuncio e articolo su Il Tirreno ed. Grosseto).
Geo Bernardini, introduced by Massimo Signori (aka The Boss , and ball-maker) tells how the palla eh! or palla a 21 ball was made just after WW2.
Thanks to Cristian from Il Leccio Moro for their hospitality, and to Carolina Corsali for the organizational support.
While various representatives of the Tatti community were busy on their map, some instruments brought by the Jug Band dalle Colline Metallifere, next to some paintings by Pietro Crivelli, led to variable jam sessions.
We didn’t know who was going to play, so we could not plan photos of videso, but this was a good one.
Real-time visual effect with a quasi-full moon and different types of luminaires. If every picture tells a story, every video tells a series…this is part of our BuioMetria Partecipativa light and darkness services.
You can learn more about it on: http://www.pibinko.org/services-on-light-and-darkness/ or by writing to email@example.com
Romano Granci from Casal di Pari and Claudio Spinosi (aka Bob) from Torniella elaborate on innovation technology applied to the automotive sector. This happens while in the background folks from Florence try to play Palla a 21, locals meet visitors from whom they already met 1991 in a disco, and other typical situations.
This all happens five days before the mission to bring the pibinko.org micro-museum from the Farma Valley to Florence.