Domicilio Particular

This is the public space of "Domicilio Particular" in Cabillers Street 5 that from now on will be available to contemplate from the street.  Here will be presented works by artists selected by the Gallery Ana Serratosa and sometimes will coincide in time with the work of artists who are at that time exhibiting in museums or national or international foundations as a way of information to the passerby and enjoyment.

Roberto Pugliese presents his work "La Finta Semplice", which is part of the project "Intemperies Musicales".

  • Month of October
    In "Domicilio Particular" Roberto Pugliese offers us a piece where the title of the installation refers to Mozart's composition, translated as La ingenua fingida or La falsa ingenua, with libretto by Marco Coltellini, adapted from a text for music by Goldoni. It aims to offer a different listening key, by means of an orchestra of stringed instruments that virtually reproduces the composition performed by Pugliese, with the aim of provoking the appearance of a novum that rethinks the "concerto" form through timbral experimentation and staging.

    Roberto Pugliese (1982, Naples, Italy) graduated in Electronic Music in 2008, under the guidance of Agostino di Scipio, and since 2009 has taught at conservatories and fine arts academies in Naples, Frosinone, Bari and Milan. He currently teaches Multimedia at the Conservatory of Naples, a job he combines with his musical career and as an electroacoustic artist.

    Roberto's exhibitions include Soniche Visioni Olografiche, Museo della Memoria e della Pace Giovanni Palatucci, Campagna (Sa); Sinestesia Eco, Scuola di Alto Perfezionamento Musicale, Saluzzo; Sequenze, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona; La piazza del vento, Studio Renzo Piano, Genoa; Equilibrium, ZKM Museum, Karlsruhe, Germany and Fluide Propagazioni Alchemiche, Ente Fiere Bologna. 

    The artist has received numerous awards such as Special Mention, Vida 14, Telefonica Fundaciòn, Madrid, 2012; Sound Art and Music Honorary Mention, Ars Electronica, Linz, 2013; VAF Foundation Award, 2016; Premio Matteo Olivero;2021.


    The work will be available for your enjoyment every day from 11am to 10pm.


    Get to know the artist and curator better with the following interview about his work on our blog.

    Discover the project he carried out, "Intemperies Musicales".