During those weeks I started studying the semiology of the Proto-Indo-European language theory as I'm interested in the morphology of language and its relationship with non verbal frameworks.
The starting point of this research of mine was through the study of sanskrit. The study had led to the project The Fire of 'Bu:, a sound poetry operetta performed with jazz singer Alice Ricciardi in 2017.
Getting acquainted to the research work of multi-language artist Zoltán Ludwig Kruse, I composed a set of sound poetry pieces roaming freely in the sound roots of few semiotic familities. The work, still in its process, comes under the title of GAR.
Listen to GAR
HARmonia (GAR) performed live
Short list of eferences for Proto-Indo-European language Theory:
Gimbutas, Marija, 1965. Bronze Age cultures in Central and Eastern Europe. The Hague/London: Mouton
Renfrew, A.C., 1987, Archaeology and Language: The Puzzle of Indo-European Origins, London: Pimlico
Gamkrelidze, Tamaz, 1970, Anatolian languages and the problem of Indo-European migration to Asia Minor, Tokyo: Studies in General and Oriental Linguistics
Alinei, Mario, 2000, Origini delle lingue d'Europa. Vol. II: Continuità dal Mesolitico al Ferro nelle principali aree europee, Bologna: Il Mulino.