Ramon De Marco

Ramon De Marco studied audio design at the Musikhochschule Basel, then helped to build up the sound design studio at SRF Virus and worked as project manager in the music department of Fabrica in Treviso (I). In 2005 he founded Idee und Klang Audio Design with which he realized international scenographic projects such as the BMW Museum in Munich, the ‘First Wold War Galleries’ at the IWM London or the ‘National Museum of Qatar’.
Ramon’s work focuses on multidimensional composition for spaces as well as sound designs for media productions. As a sound artist, he has also realized projects for various art exhibitions and festivals, such as the ‘Italian Cultural Institute’ in London, the ‘Outer Ear Festival’ in Chicago, the ‘Museum für Gegenwartskunst’ in Basel, ‘Centre Pompidou’ in Paris, the ‘Experimenta Design’ in Lisbon and ‘Klang Moor Schoepfe’ in Gais (CH).
He also regularly lectures on sound scenography at international conferences. Since 2010, he also regularly teaches sound design and acoustics at the Institute of Interior Design and Scenography of the FHNW and the HTW in Chur and is a guest lecturer at various universities.