Pietro Marullo is an interdisciplinary artist based in Brussels who is associated with Les Halles de Schaerbeek, the Oriente Occidente Dance Festival and the Crossing the Sea project. His practice lies at the intersection of visual and performing arts, installation and new technologies and is focused on social, historical and anthropological topics.
The artist’s works have been presented in festivals and events such as Danse élargie at Théâtre de la Ville, Sadler’s Wells, Beijing Dance Festival, Seoul International Dance Festival, the Kolkata Centre for Creativity and the Aerowaves network.
Since 2015, Marullo has been developing aesthetic reflections on our species through the use of bas-relief. It is a philosophical statement that starts from an analysis of the Gaia-phonie – the sound forms of our relationship with the planet and the forces that are shaping it.
He is currently working on Decameron Neotenico, a project comprising numerous formats, studies and disciplines such as AI, film, neuroscience, dance, fashion and bioclimatic architecture. The aim is to explore humanity through the new spiritual, scientific and cultural borders of our species.