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STUDIO SYNCANDI

INDEPENDENT ART PRODUCTION + PUBLISHING

Art is our imaginative response to what life could be

We make narrative art projects about social progress and potential futures

The Studio Syncandi Story so far . . .

TIMELINE:

Present
Art e Fact Feature Film in development.

2021
The SYNCANDI Graphic Novel available from Kindle and Comixology in ENGLISH | SPANISH | JAPANESE.

2021
Ikkyu’s Journal Songs – A collection of Avant Pop songs based on the Ikkyu character’s personal journal.

2019
Collaboration with Australian artist, Ross Gibson to produce a collection of video art works incorporating active text poetry.

2018
I in the 20th Century Art Installation – An allegorical transmedia narrative about human cultural and biological evolution told through a collection of artworks. i22 Art Installation

2017
Produced ‘Love Song of Genies Res’ J-Pop song and animated music video commissioned from Nono Nagami and David Nerlich. Music Video

2016
SYNCANDI comic book series. Published as a monthly series of ten digital issues accompanied by ten illustrations available as print posters illustrated by Polish artist Joanna Krótka.
Japanese language editions of the original comic and poster series for sale on Japanese Online Artists Marketplace Pixiv Booth

2015
In March 2015 artist, composer, radio producer and filmmaker  Roberto Iolini, establishes Studio Syncandi as a digital platform to produce and distribute SYNCANDI — a transmedia narrative about life, love and death set in a biologically altered future Japan. The project involves commissioning an international team of creatives in order to develop various media content. The team includes an illustrator, songwriter, animator, 3D modeller, filmmaker, writer and graphic designer.

Studio Syncandi — Production Team

Emi Morita — Writer, Liaison and Coordination Japan

Seki Hideya — Technical Adviser (i22 Project Installation) RYU Corporation Japan

Paolo Barberis — Technical Adviser Italy

Dr Ross Gibson — Aesthetics Adviser Australia

David Nerlich — Visual Art Adviser Australia

Roberto Iolini — Founder and Director Japan | Australia | Italy