Environmental sound recordist and sound artist, Enrico Coniglio (Venice, 1975) is an Italian composer with an interest in the landscape aesthetics. Graduated in Town and country planning (IUAV), his research aims at investigating the loss of identity of places and the uncertainty of the territorial evolution, paying particular attention to the context around the Venetian lagoon.

His music draws from a wide range of stylistic influences, combining elements of ambient, drone, modern classical and field recordings.

Photo by Donato Gagliano

His works have been featured by labels such as Crónica electronica, Gruen Rekorder, Taalem, Fear Drop/Fario, Glacial Movements, Hypnos, Fluid Audio, Dronarivm, 13/Silentes, Midira records, Kohlhaas, Touch/Spire, 2020 Editions, Superpang.

Over the years he has performed at various venues, festivals and art-galleries, most notably at Planet Love (Dublin), The Big Chill (Birmingham), Hydrophonia (Barcelona 2010), Flussi (Avellino), Teatro Fondamente Nuove (Venice), Café Oto (London), O’ (Milan), Störung (Barcelona), Liminaria (Benevento), Aquamatrix (Avellino), Stazione Topolove (Topolò), DOM Cultural Centre (Moscow), Forma (Udine), Nub project space (Pistoia), Angelica (Bologna), Klang (Rome), Ocean space (Venezia).

Enrico is part – or has been part – of Open to the Sea (w/Matteo Uggeri & Saverio Rosi), Tavoloparlante (w/Nicola Di Croce), Lemures (w/Giovanni Lami), Aqua Dorsa (w/oophoi †), Herion (w/Emanuele Errante & Elisa Marzorati) and he’s also founder of the ambient/folk project My Home, Sinking.

Together with Leandro Pisano and Nicola Di Croce, he runs the digital label Galaverna | approaching post-digital sound and Vernalis – in collaboration with Krisis publishing.