M:ck (Mick) is a Italy-based visual designer and audio enthusiast.
Since the early 90's he has established a deep connection with the underground side of Perugia, in particular at the legendary Red Zone club (1989-2015), widely regarded as the authentic warehouse-style house venue in Italy.
Alongside of visuals and graphic design activity, M:ck has always loved records, high fidelity and creative recording.
In 1995 he published www.mickmusicpage.net, a personal website about his musical mentors and the origins of a crucial instrument for recorded music presentation: the iconic rotary DJ mixer. The informations contained was among the first and most detailed to be published on the web. The site soon become a reference for many enthusiasts of the obscure technological aspects of modern DJ culture, renewing interest for non-linear faders DJ mixers. The website also becomes a reference for some audio companies that will implement new products inspired by almost forgotten vintage audio gear.
As video artist he's focused on non-commercial video performances driven by exploration of interactions between visuals and musical program. Visuals are composed in realtime using various sources as short granular video fragments, generative graphics and analog video signals.
Of course, he also loves to play records.