Fondazione VOLUME! presents, with Fondazione Isabella Scelsi, Veduta isomorfica per voce e luce (Isomorphic view for voice and light), an installation by Dario D’Aronco which, starting from the work of the composer Giacinto Scelsi, avails itself of the collaboration with Michiko Hirayama, performer on which Scelsi shaped his music for voice. Using records obtained from the vocal and instrumental improvisation by Hirayama, D’Aronco crates a track conceived at first as in a dialogue with Hirayama herself, and then transformed in the exhibition. Through the figure of Michiko Hirayama the artist recalls the thoughts that distinguished the entire work of Scelsi, as it was for most of the composers and artists of its age, right after the Second World War: they intended art as a mean to create a “new world” and as an augmentation of a human being by the use of technology. A thought that became more radical by bringing the Form to a zero grade, obtained with the consistent use of technology, on one hand, and with the research of an ancestral shape, on the other, which anticipate the meaning intended as a description. The word isomorphic in the title describes a condition in which is possible to map two structures whit the same complexion, as in the example of light and human voice, both consequence of the amplification that starts inside the space of the exhibition.