Lino Strangis – A strange earthquake of the mind, 6:25, 2016



A strange earthquake of the mind is a journey into a dream on the eve of a change: when the earth trembles, and with it the foundations of thought; the habits of individuals and peoples are changing, the same people’s presumed ability to define falters things and it is necessary to accept the responsibility to re-invent the world. A flight of the gaze into the depths of a mind open-theatre on a display of dream-like dimension of an imagined collective intelligence, in a time when a generation processes the ability to face the challenges intellectuals of his age, and re-establish the balance.


Lino Strangis is a multimedia artist (video art, video installations and video sculptures, virtual realities, performances, 3D sculptures, video-sets, sound art) experimental musician and director (theatre, cinema, TV) born in Lamezia Terme on 19/01/1981, lives and works in Rome and Turin.

Already a multi-instrumentalist musician (acoustic, electroacoustic, electronic, self-built, digital instruments), graduated in Philosophy (Aesthetics), during his university studies, after having had his first beginnings in the field of painting and installations, he identifies the experimental audiovisual arts and search for intermediate as a favourite form of expression.
The digital multimedia artist mainly dedicated to semantic and formal research regarding experimental digital audiovisual composition in all its forms (from simple video-shooting to sophisticated 2 and 3-D animation techniques to virtual realities) also embracing fields such as video sculpture, sound art, photography, 2d and 3d synthesis image, electronic/digital music and experimental electroacoustics often creating multimedia installations in which these languages converge and intertwine in the search for today’s forms of Total Opera … Also active in the field of experimental theatre and performance multimedia since 2015 also creates virtual reality and immersive works through 360 ° viewers.



Distributed by  Visualcontainer