Established in 2011, Pas-e is born with the goal of enhancing artistic research and developing its various expressions. It has been active on the musical and artistic scene, organizing concerts, talks, workshops and masterclasses, in close collaboration with internationally renowned artists and important cultural institutions in Italy and abroad.
Today Pase is a cultural organization that explores, thinks of and takes on new art languages. It began its journey in 2011, as it started to elaborate moments of formation 4 , discussion and performance that are connected to contemporary music. Through the years, Pase has had the possibility to work alongside artists of various backgrounds, implicated in the worlds of art and contemporary music, by way of an involvement 1 in the processes of curatorship, production and organization.
From one project to the next, Pase has tried to imagine and develop new tools to make the creative process and its fruibility, by paying heightened attention to the delicate context in which it operates. The advancement of every project results in the collaboration between artists,designers, technicians and researchers capable of exploring new languages and technologies, to meet the highest expectations in the field of contemporary production.
Pase is equipped with solid means of intervention in a city like Venice, strategically significant - its own history testifying - as a centre of exchange and global interaction. The history of Venice is also a history of expertise, technological avantgarde and excellence in the field of creation. An intimate acquaintance with the city has granted Pase the structure necessary to make its resources converge as they exist on the ground, making desires emerge, and giving body to all expectations connected to the soundscape, thanks to fruitful collaborations which contribute to the evolution of research.
Some artists with whom Pase has collaborated since 2011: Xavier Veilhan, Robert Henke, Phill Niblock, Lorenzo Senni, Renick Bell, Errorsmith, Pierluigi Billone, Claudio Ambrosini, Luigi Gaggero, Silvana Torto, Giulia Semenzato, Marco Fusi, Agostino Di Scipio, Charles Cohen, Rabih Beaini, Piero Bittolo Bon, Tommaso Cappellato, Stefano Gervasoni, Enrico Gabrielli, Jackson & His Computer Band, Loris Cecchini, Elisabetta Di Maggio, Michael Chabon, Omar Sosa, Michael Nyman, Marco Rossari, Giuseppe Culicchia, and many others.