An abstract exploration of urban graffiti based on a musical improvisation on txalaparta, an ancient Basque instrument.


Niebe has received MA in semiotic Cinema at Pisa University and he works as an autonomous artist. His research as a videomaker consists of a minimal and epigrammatic experimental re-use of audiovisual found objects. Interested in a critical 'detournement' of rough materials from the "mediascape" he focuses his attention on ordinary anonymous images as well as on fragments from cinematographic history. His work of de-construction of narrative devices, and recontextualization of visual elements, aims to disorient and estrange the viewer playing a game between memory and formation of new meanings. In the last years, he directed: "Goodbye Mrs. Ant" (2010);”Frammenti” (2011- ongoing); “Frankie” (2012); “Study for interior with figures and sounds” (2013); “Ukiyo-e” (2014); “Blue” (2015); “Mannequin” (2016); “[ ]” -Je suis DaDA”- (2016); K (2017); “Graffiti” (2018). His work has been shown in several international festival and exhibitions.