Lorenzo Brusci (born 1966) is an Italian sound-experience and sound space artist, based currently between Krakow (Poland) and Berlin (Germany). He studied Philosophy and Philosophy of Music at the Florence and Siena University. An overview of his compositional work can be found at www.soundcloud.com/lorenzo-brusci , at http://www.timet.org and www.lorenzobrusci.com
Since late 90′s Brusci started exploring the implications of dynamic sound and music space design within landscape and architecture, with the experimental music team Timet before (www.timet.org), then with the Giardino Sonoro project (www.giardinosonoro.com) and the SED studio – Sound and Experience Design – in Berlin and Krakow (late 2008). In 2009 He founded with Lorenzo Coppini Architettura Sonora(www.architetturasonora.com), as a division of B&C Speakers.
To control and materialize the abstract forces of mechanical and electroacoustic technology through B&C experience and know-how, resulted into a systematic development of many of the shapes and experience design concepts he had developed since the Giardino Sonoro and SED times. His continuous research and his resourceful approach to experience design allow him to constantly push new boundaries in space and product design, creating and inspiring some of the most interesting innovations in the audio and technology design industry. In 2013 he finally founded with composer and music engineer Simone Conforti MUSST, Multisensing Space Studio, (www.musstdesign.com): Sensorial Space Design and Algorithmic Music at their most advanced and challenging stages.
Again with Simone Conforti, and longtime collaborator, computer scientist and methodologist Valentijn Borghuis, Lorenzo founded MUSI-CO, a team of research and development fully dedicated to Artificial Intelligence and Music generation. See here their demo Apps IMPRO and Musicfit.
Brusci has been a guest speaker and visiting professor at various schools, workshops and institutions including among others Siena University, Florence University, Politecnico University in Milano, Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, The Art Academy in Krakow, the Instituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Milan, the Architecture Triennale in Krakow, the Music Biennale in Venice, Royal College of Arts in London, ZHdK University – Zürcher Hochschule der Künste in Zurich, the Attakkalari Biennal master classes in Bangalore, the Lebanese University and the Jesuit University in Beirut.