(São Paulo, 1981)
Bruno Palazzo lives and works in São Paulo. His work focuses on sound and memory – in its sonorous, physical and subjective arena- while investigating the possibility of a unified aesthetic. In this exercise, everyday meanings are subtracted and and conducted to different platforms. Sometimes working with found objects, bringing to objects or books, a track or a story, Palazzo has an ear attentative to the urban experience, with an ability to distinguish and transform noises into sensory experience. The artist is also part of the collective Cão, alongside Dora Longo Bahia, Mauricio Ianês and Ricardo Carioba.