SILENT CAGE ROOM 4'33''
Silent Cage Room 4’33” is dedicated to the legendary American music composer John Cage.
This room, created by set designer Mauro Tinti, pays homage to Cage’s most famous and controversial composition, 4’33”, where not a single note is played. Different shades of gray and acoustic panels give the impression of being into an anechoic chamber, thus creating a place where is possible to relax and enjoy listening to all the little sounds that are cointained within the music of “silence”.
The room was created in collaboration with The room was created in collaboration with Biografilm Festival, which dedicated a feature to John Cage in 2012 that retraced the life and carrier of this great composer and is part of Centocage, the program of initiatives that Bologna dedicates to the composer and musician on the centenary of his birth, made possible thanks to collaboration between institutions, foundations, associations and cultural festivals.
Centocage is included in the calendar of activities organized throughout the world.