Brooks in the Woods, 2002, oil, watercolors, spray paint and paper on plastered canvas, 50×40 cm.
La Montagne Saint Victoire, oil, vinavil, white flour, plastic bags on board, 47x35cm.
Da ist der Waldrand, 2010, oil, enamel paint, spray paint, plastic bags, loam and other materials on board, 120×80 cm.
Noon in the Alps, 2002, oil, enamel paint, loam and plastic bags on board, 50x40cm.
22 Shortest Pieces, 2018, oil on rough paper, 210x297mm.
Winter Dance, 2018, oil on rough paper, 210x297mm.
Winter Arias, 2018, oil on rough paper, 210x297mm.
26 Solos and 4 Silences, 2018, oil on rough paper, 210x297mm.
Federico Federici is a physicist, a writer and a media artist across the fields of soundscape, visual arts and installation. He lives and works between Berlin and the Ligurian Apennines. His works have appeared in several print and online publications, including 3:AM Magazine, Otoliths, Raum, Sand, Trafika Europe, Magma Poetry, Stadtsprachen Magazin, The New Post-Literate, Utsanga. His website provides detailed information on his oeuvre, as well as video documentation, text excerpts and portfolios. His last asemic/concrete books are “The way I discovered the Berlin wall has fallen” and “Liner notes for a Pithecanthropus Erectus sketchbook,” with a foreword by SJ Fowler. With the soundscape Brief aus Treblinka, he is currently taking part in the installation “res.o.nant” by Mischa Kuball at the Jewish Museum in Berlin (2018-2019).