Luca Pagan (1993, Venice) is an Italian sound artist, performer and independent researcher. His performances explore the relationship between physical movement, sound and environment. His research is based on the perception of body movement with music as a means of expression and communication. His approach is based on the self-designing wearable technology, software and hardware, and the use of biotechnology to capture the expressiveness of performance with a focus on machine learning techniques.
He has collaborated with artists such as MAEID Studio, LOREM, Giorgio Sancristoforo, Umanesimo Artificiale, MiDi Motori Digitali, Giorgia Andreazza. His work has been exhibited at the Biennale di Architettura (Venice), Fundación Princesa de Asturias (Oviedo), JRC Joint Research Center (Ispra), PARC Performing Arts Research Center (Florence), Transmedia Research Institute (Fano), Zone Digitali Festival (Bergamo), RAAA Festival (Brescia), Milan Fashion Week (Milan), Wunderkammer (Ferrara), Tank Serbatoio Culturale (Bologna), Macao (Milan). His latest work “Naked Music” was published by Krisis Publishing.