Tenebra È La Notte is an event curated by Tommaso Gorla and Alessio Sacchetto for Connecting Cultures – Research Agency for Art and Territory in Milan. It was presented in May 2013 at the Milan Triennale gallery as part of Milano e Oltre, a festival that investigated the influence of art on the urban environment. The project consisted in two live events and a publication entirely printed on semi-transparent paper, which examined northern Italian contemporary musical experiences that would regularly take place in unconventional spaces such as flats, houses, basements, etc. with the aim of understanding if they influenced the public perception of the neighbourhood.