8-31 March. Rome's Auditorium Parco della Musica hosts Splendore Neoltico, a sound-based installation by artist and musician Matteo Nasini, in its One Space / One Sound gallery.
The show is described as a reflection on the "extinct harmonies of prehistoric times, the evocation of a remote time, the moment in which primitive man discovered music."
Nasini based his ceramic sound sculptures on neolithic fossils from the collections of the Natural History Museum of Verona, and the show's centrepiece is a large coloured tapestry, titled Principio Selvatico.
For details see Auditorium website.