Marco Mancuso
Since 2005
redazione@digicult.it
Works in Milan Italy

BIO
Marco Mancuso is a critic and curator in the field of digital technologies applied to Arts, Design and Contemporary Culture. Founder and Director at Digicult and Digimag Journal (part of The Leonardo Affiliate Program), he teaches “Multimedia Arts Theory” at MAIND Interaction Design Master at SUPSI in Lugano, "Web 2.0 & Media Art Management" at NABA Academy in Milan, “Digital Publishing for the Arts” at Academy of Fine Art in Bergamo, "Art Industries" at IED Milan and is visiting professor at Transmedia-Postgraduate Program in Arts+Media+Design in Brussels.

With the Digicult Agency he curated and co-curated a number of exhibitions, screenings, lectures, meetings and partnered with most of the main media art festival in Italy and worldwide. Marco Mancuso has been expertising from years on wider subjects like open communication, social networking and digital publishing and is now studying new economical Internet models for art and culture: with the project “Fracty: Trasformazioni Affini”, he theorized an online platform creating open and p2p professional links between investors, public and private, from the scientific-technological field, professionals and students in the field of technologies applied to art, design and contemporary culture. He recently developed the “Digicult Editions” open-publishing online service.

Lecturing internationally and writing critical texts for media art publications and catalogues, articles, interviews and essays for Digicult, Marco Mancuso curated for MCD-Musiques et Cultures Digitales the publication “The Open Future” - Issue 63 in 2012 and the carde-blanche “Art Industries” - Issue 74 in 2014. He was included in the publication Cultural Blogging in Europe by LabForCulture.org in 2010
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EVENT

DIGIMAG 62 - MARCH 2011 - INTERNATIONAL ISSUE ONLINE


Dates:
Tue Mar 22, 2011 12:57 - Tue Mar 22, 2011

Digicult presents:
Digimag 62 - March 2011
http://www.digicult.it/digimag
The archive section, past articles and issues:
http://www.digicult.it/en/Archive/
The updated list of authors and critics
www.digicult.it/en/credits
"...The Dis-reality is a reality that dis-realizes us as people, communities, landscapes, contexts, cities. Do we have to call it reality even when it dis-realizes us? It is rather a dis-reality. Moreover, this is a reality we clearly recognize as something built by the great powers of image and communication, creative imagination and industry of culture. People must understand that just as such dis-reality unites us on one hand as goods, consumers, labels, on the other it divides us as labels, names, races, ideologies and different traditions.This dis-reality is then both physical (it can materialize in a frontier, on a wall, within a fence or building, and even in the destruction of a building) and metaphysical (such as virtuality, where the use of dis-reality is effective - for it requires a very strong materiality, like for instance time spending - but at the same time has not a physicalness of its own)..."
Toni Serra, from "The OVNI project. Video as a critical experience" - by Herman Bashiron Mendolicchio
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[INTERVIEWS]:
COSTELLATIONS AND FRAGMENTS. THE SOUND BY STEPHAN MATHIEU
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2010
by Pia Bolognesi
SEAQUENCE. AUDIOVISUAL ONLINE MICRO-CULTURES
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2006
by Bertram Niessen
BETWEEN BODIES. THE BODILY SOUNDS BY NINA WAISMAN
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2012
by Felipe Zuniga
MEMORY AND MEDIA ARCHEOLOGY. INTERVIEW WITH TANIA AEDO
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2015
by Lucrezia Cippitelli
ULRICH VOGL. HARMONY AND WORLDS IN BALANCE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2009
by Silvia Scaravaggi
THE "OVNI" PROJECT. VIDEO AS A CRITICAL EXPERIENCE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2019
by Herman Bashiron Mendolicchio
URBAN TRANSCRIPTS 2010. OVER THE SKIN OF THE CITY
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2007
by Dr. Eugenia Fratzeskou
YAO DAJUIN: CCA. THE HANGZHOU SCHOOL OF INTERMEDIA ART
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2016
by Robin Peckham
THAT MEASURE OF LIGHT. CONVERSATION WITH UGO PITOZZI
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2017
by Enrico Pitozzi
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[THEORIES]:
REALITIES:UNITED FEATURING. LIGHT AS GAZES CONVEYOR
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2008
by Silvia Bianchi
NO BORDERS STRUGGLES. THE ELECTRONIC DISTURBANCE THEATRE 2.0
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2011
by Micha Cardenas
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[REPORTS]:
TRANSEMEDIALE 11. HACK:ABILITY AND IDENTITY
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2014
by Emanuele Andreoli
TRANSMEDIALE AWARDS. INTELLIGENT BACTERIA
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2013
by Loretta Borrrelli
VIDEOZOOM JAPAN. RE-FRAMING THE DAILY
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2018
by Lorenzo Taiuti
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[COVER]: Stephan Mathieu
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From 2005, Digicult has being an online/offline cultural and editorial platform which focuses on the impact of new technologies and sciences on art, design, culture and contemporary society. Founded and directed by Marco Mancuso, is now based on the active participation of quite 50 professional people, who represent a wide international Network of journalists, curators, artists, theorists, practioneers and critics. Digicult is also the editor of the monthly magazine Digimag, which focuses on some cultural, productive and artistic issues like: internet & networks, hacking & hacktivism, video art & experimental cinema, sound art & electrinic music, audiovideo and live media, design & architecture, art & science, new media & social media, software art  & generative art, performing art & interactive dance, with a strong critic and deep journalistic approach. Digicult produces an electronic music and audiovisual podcast, Digipod, linked to the world of netlabels and independent audiovisual productions online, and also has its own international newsletter service Diginews. Digicult is actually working with the art agency Digimade as curator/promoter of some Italian audiovisual artists and designers, presenting their work within festivals, galleries, exhibitions, events and cultural centers in Europe and worldwide.Finally, Digicult works as media partner for festivals, exhibitions & events, developing special curatorial projects, writing texts for catalogues, organizing workshops and seminars, joining lectures in academies and universities
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[DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT COMMITEE]:
Marco Mancuso (Digicult project Director and Teacher at New Academy of Fine Arts / Naba of Milan) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (International Doctorship in Audiovisual Studies, University of Udine) ; Bertram Niessen (Researcher at Sociology Department of Statale University of Milan - Bicocca) ; Lucrezia Cippitelli (Phd at Sapienza University of Rome and Teacher at Academy of Fine arts of L'Aquila)
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[EDITORIAL BOARD AND TRANSLATIONS]:
Giovanni Damiola (Technical Consultancy) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (Press Office) ; Riccardo Vescovo (Graphic Design) ; Bertram Niessen (Social Networking) ; Laurea Magistrale in Traduzione Specialistica, Università IULM di Milano (Website Translations) ; Lara Freschi - Francesca Lattanzi - Stefano Avola - Andrea Cariello (Magazine Translations)
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[ADVISORY BOARD]:
An international advisory board for Digicult will be announced soon...
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[AUTHORS]:
Tatiana Bazzichelli ; Bertram Niessen ; Teresa De Feo ; Luigi Ghezzi ; Giulia Baldi; Domenico Quaranta ; Massimo Schiavoni ; Monica Ponzini ; Annamaria Monteverdi; Valentina Tanni ; Lucrezia Cippitelli ; Claudia D'Alonzo; Barbara Sansone ; Giulia Simi ; Silvia Scaravaggi ; Alessio Galbiati ; Antonio Caronia ; Loretta Borrelli ; Carla Langella ; Francesco Bertocco ; Silvia Casini ; Jeremy Levine ; Serena Cangiano ; Micha Cardenas , Mark Hencock , Pasquale Napolitano ; Simona Fiore ; Zoe Romano ; Enrico Pitozzi ; Eugenia Fratzeskou ; Mattia Casalegno ; Robin Peckam ; Sabina Barcucci ; Silvia Bertolotti ; Simone Broglia ; Claudia Maina ; Elena Biserna ; Maria Chatzichristodoulou ; Felipe Zuniga ; Mathias Jannson ; Neva Pedrazzini ; Alexandra Purcaru ; Lorenzo Taiuti ; Pia Bolognesi ; Julianne Pierce ; Thomas Schielke ;  Emanuele Andreoli


EVENT

Digimag 61 - February 2011


Dates:
Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:02 - Tue Feb 22, 2011

Digicult presents:
Digimag 61 - February 2011
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/
The Digicult Archive: past issues, articles and interviews
http://www.digicult.it/en/Archive/
The Digicult Board:
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/board.asp
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"...There's some kind of an exploration of the beauty of nature. Even of course on a very primitive level compared to the nature itself. It's more about associations and abstraction than about rebuilding something. Maybe similar to an abstract painting of the nature. The association, the process happening in each single brain, the individual activations are somehow completing the pieces on individual levels. I try to develop very simple mechanical systems which allow or which let grow complex behavior in sound or motion. Simple mechanical elements which allow a somehow "living" behavior, generating and degenerating patterns, textures and forms. In some pieces each single element can do this on its own, in some other pieces this happens through the mass, the multiplication and the interlocking of many small sounds and
movements..."
Zimoun, from "Zimoun & Lerraum. Sound organisms in evolution" - by Marco Mancuso
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[INTERVIEWS]:
ZIMOUN LERRAUM. SOUND ORGANISMS IN EVOLUTION
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1983
by Marco Mancuso
AUDIOVISUAL PARAMETERS. PAUL PRUDENCE'S "NATURAL" STRUCTURES
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1979
by Pasquale Napolitano
DYNDY.NET: THE FUTURE OF MONEY. FOR A NEW DEMOCRATIC
ECONOMY
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1984
by Zoe Romano
THE FINE ART OF GLITCHES. CHEATS AND ERRORS
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1989
by Mathias Jansson
VAGHE STELLE. SYNTHS, STARS, MEMORIES
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1982
by Giulia Baldi
THE PERTURBING IMAGE. INTERVIEW WITH FRANCESCA FINI
http:/www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1991
by Alessio Galbiati
OLIVIERO PONTE DI PINO. ATEATRO.IT: DIECI ANNI DI WEBMAGAZINE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1974
di Annamaria Monteverdi
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[THEORIES]:
NEW PLANNING PROTOCOLS. FROM DESIGN TO SCIENCE TRANSITIONS
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1980
by Carla Langella
"TRACING" INFRA-SPACES. COMPLICATED BEGINNINGS & ELLIPTICAL ENDS
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1985
by Eugenia Fratzeskou
MEDIA FACADES. WHEN BUILDINGS START TO TWITTER
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1981
by Thomas Schielke
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[REPORTS]:
MOVE: CHOREOGRAPHING YOU. ART & DANCE EXHIBITION
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1988
by Maria Chatzichristodoluou
RE-FOCUSSING THE LENS. NEW MEDIA AND FILM FESTIVAL
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1990
by Julianne Pierce
DEF INDIA & CHANDERIYAAN. DIGITAL EMPOWERMENT AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1987
by Neva Pedrazzini
KIM ASENDORF. CENSORED CENSORED CHINESE NEWS
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1986
by Mark Hancock
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[ATTACHMENT]:
BINNENLAND | kONTEXTBEZOGENE SCHRIFTPROBEN NR
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/allegato.html
[COVER]:
Zimoun - 97 polysiloxane hoses 3.0mm, compressed air
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[THE PROJECT]:
From 2005, Digicult has being an online/offline cultural and editorial platform which focuses on the impact of new technologies and sciences on art, design, culture and contemporary society. Founded and directed by Marco Mancuso, is now based on the active participation of quite 50 professional people, who represent a
wide international Network of journalists, curators, artists, theorists,
practioneers and critics. Digicult is also the editor of the monthly
magazine Digimag, which focuses on some cultural, productive and artistic issues like: internet & networks, hacking & hacktivism, video art & experimental cinema, sound art & electrinic music, audiovideo and live media, design & architecture, art & science, new media & social
media, software art  & generative art, performing art & interactive
dance, with a strong critic and deep journalistic approach.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[DIRECTION & MANAGEMENT COMMITEE]:
Marco Mancuso (Digicult project Director and Teacher at New
Academy of Fine Arts / Naba of Milan) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (International
Doctorship in Audiovisual Studies, University of Udine) ; Bertram Niessen (Researcher at Sociology Deparment of Statale University Milan - Bicocca) ; Lucrezia Cippitelli (Phd at Sapienza University Rome and Teacher at Fine Arts Academy of L'Aquila)
[EDITORIAL STAFF & TRANSLATIONS]:
Claudia D'Alonzo  (Press Office) ; Giovanni Damiola & Bertram Niessen (Technical Consultancy & Social Networks) ; Giuseppe Cordaro (Podcast Editing) ; Riccardo Vescovo (Graphic Design) ; Laurea
Magistrale in Traduzione Specialistica, Università IULM di Milano (Website Translations) ; Francesca Lattanzi - Henriette Vittadini - Stefano Avola - Andrea Cariello - Lara Freschi (Magazine  Translations)
[EDITORIAL BOARD]:
Tatiana Bazzichelli ; Bertram Niessen ; Teresa De Feo ; Luigi
Ghezzi ; Giulia Baldi; Domenico Quaranta ; Massimo Schiavoni ; Monica
Ponzini ; Annamaria Monteverdi; Valentina Tanni ; Lucrezia Cippitelli ;
Claudia D'Alonzo; Barbara Sansone ; Giulia Simi ; Silvia Scaravaggi ;
Alessio Galbiati ; Antonio Caronia ; Loretta Borrelli ; Carla Langella ;
Francesco Bertocco ; Silvia Casini ; Jeremy Levine ; Serena Cangiano ; Micha Cardenas , Mark Hencock , Pasquale Napolitano ; Simona Fiore ; Zoe Romano ; Enrico Pitozzi ; Eugenia Fratzeskou ; Mattia Casalegno ; Robin Peckam ; Sabina Barcucci ; Silvia Bertolotti ; Simone Broglia ; Claudia Maina ; Elena Biserna ; Maria Chatzichristodoulou ; Felipe Zuniga ; Mathias Jannson ; Neva Pedrazzini ; Alexandra Purcaru ; Lorenzo Taiuti ; Pia Bolognesi ; Julianne Pierce ; Thomas Schielke
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Marco Mancuso - Digicult Editor
New Media Critic, Curator & Teacher
http://www.marcomancuso.net
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DISCUSSION

The Lost Cemetery of Images. A Conversation with Carlos Casas


Digicult presents:


THE LOST CEMETERY OF IMAGES
A CONVERSATION WITH CARLOS CASAS
by Pia Bolognesi

Complete article & interview with Carlos Casas on Digimag 60 - January 2011:
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1964

The use of archive material is a tendency which has established itself in
the last few years as a common practice in audiovisual contaminations. It is
an ongoing search which paves the road to countless approaches to the work,
as well as involving the individuality of the artist in the reprocessing of
traces and memories in an imagination which is set on the present. With
Cemetery (Archive Works), inaugurated on 28 October and ongoing until 14
January at the Marsèlleria in Milan, Carlos Casas steps onto this path at
its edges, balancing between visual anthropology and rethinking images as a
form of trans-cultural memory.
The work of Casas - filmmaker, video artist and sound experimenter - ranges
from documentaries on the furthest reaches of the Earth (Aral, Fishing in an
Invisible Sea; Hunters since the Beginning of Time; Solitude at the End of
the World) to pure, exploratory research of sounds and images. This
materializes in the experience of the Fieldworks and of the Archive Works -
projects developed at the same time as the making of the films, which Casas
uses to probe field research as he continues to mix different languages.
The Fieldworks come into being in 2001, during a journey to Tierra del Fuego
for the preparation of Solitude at the End of the World, as a series of
free, anti-narrative notes in which the artist takes the time to plunge his
gaze into the meaning of the place, of the landscape, without drawing on the
need for the definition of a complete story. Abstract fragments with an
essential grammar, in which the processed ambient sound goes over the hidden
connection with the image and defines it (each acoustic episode is made up
of live recorded short and medium AM/FM radio waves).
For the Archive Works, on the other hand, the approach is shifted to the
opposite front; the discovery of the geography occurs through preexisting
film material. Here, too, we have a physical study of the places that Casas
has chosen to document occurring through the examination of the modes of
analysis with which these places have been represented, used and
diegetically manipulated through classic and contemporary films. The Archive
Works, created between 2002 and 2010, are dreamlike inspections, maps of
shared imagination, memories of the visions which have shaped the author's
gaze, preliminary sketchbooks to study language and sound solutions for
films which are coming to life from other films, where the visual material
is toned through an ongoing iconographic re-absorption.

Digimag 60 - January 2011
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/

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EVENT

The machine that makes art. FORM+CODE in art, design and architecture


Dates:
Wed Jan 19, 2011 17:43 - Wed Jan 19, 2011

THE MACHINE THAT MAKES ART
FORM+CODE IN ART, DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE
by Sabina Barcucci and Bertram Niessen
Digimag 60 - January 2011
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1963
FORM + CODE is the new book by Casey Reas, Chandler McWilliams and LUST,
recently published by Princeton Architectural Press. Contents are clearly
expressed through an historical overview on the code development in
electronic art, and in some of its conceptual art "natural language
programming" forerunners (based on instructions series set up not for the
machines but for the public). The graphic layout is a well-kept and an
inseparable part of the publishing project, including a selection of pieces
of work and breathtaking images (at a very reasonable price, it must be
said).
Primarily designed as a book for students, FORM + CODE is also an important
volume for another reason. The simplicity of its technological advancement
explanation let emerge one of the most important messages concerning
programming in art and design: its accessibility. We come then to question
if authors intention is to inculcate a kind of awareness regarding everybody's
ability to think about its complexity.
It's impressive to think how programming has changed the nature of
electronic art in recent years. Practices such as live coding, generative
design, and real time parametric visualization have quickly become popular
and accessible assets. As generally happens in rapid transformation phases,
however, this usage is often accompanied by a substantial lack of awareness
about what goes beyond the merely technical issues. And we're not thinking
about the examples given by FORM + CODE, which gives in 176 pages an
overview on the most interesting, exciting and revolutionary examples in the
field.
However, if we need to find a limit to this text, it is precisely the
hesitance in dealing with the critical and problematic elements in the
relationship between art and code. A renunciation, which, as Casey Reas and
Chandler McWilliams have explained in the interview that concludes this
article, is absolutely justified and planned. However, many of the issues at
play are precisely structured around this point. What are the limits of
author intervention in generative art? Do the complex data visualizations,
beyond any appealing aesthetics, always have something interesting to say?
What is the real added value of certain programming solutions in interactive
installations?
Complete article & interview to Casey Reas and Chandler McWilliams
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1963
http://www.marcomancuso.net/


EVENT

:::DIGICULT_DIGIMAG 58 / OCTOBER 2010_ONLINE:::


Dates:
Wed Oct 27, 2010 00:00 - Wed Oct 27, 2010

Location:
Italy

Digicult presents:

Digimag 58 - October 2010
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/

Digimag is the Digicult's project monthly magazine, which focuses on the
impact of new technologies and modern sciences on art, design, culture and
contemporary society.

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"...I studied neuroscience a bit, and the neurons inside your brain tend to resemble social structures, so our individuals can be social neurons. Perhaps they different from biological neurons in structure, but the theory can be similar. We can see how people create their own input and output channels to each other. We all have many different channels to connect to different people in different contexts. If we could bring such things into a technical setting we wouldn’t need to take care of each channel manually all the time--otherwise we get totally overloaded. Many people are concerned with this right now, information overload. It is already a huge burden. How can I deal with it all? How can I manage to keep up with blogs, microblogs, social networks, and so on? Technologies can try to simplify all of this. By sharing such information, more people can join and more information can be shared..."

Isaac Mao, from "Expecting Expectations. An interview with Isaac Mao" - by Robin Peckham

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[INTERVIEWS]:

- ANTONIO BARRESE. MUTATION, IMAGINE, DIMENSION
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1896
by Claudia D'Alonzo and Marco Mancuso

- MARK GRIMES. MAKER FAIRE AFRICA: THE NET DOING
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1903
by Marco Mancuso and Bertram Niessen

- EXPECTING EXPECTATIONS. AN INTERVIEW WITH ISAAAC MAO
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1904
by Robin Peckham

- DREAM ADDICTIVE. DESIGNING A SOUND ECOLOGY
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1901
by Felipe Zuniga

- ANNIE ABRAHAMS. ALLERGIC TO UTOPIAS
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1902
by Maria Chatzichristodoulou

- BACK TO THE SQUARE. SHINJI MURAKAMI AND THE NEOARCADISM
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1905
by Mathias Jansson

- HUMAN SCREENS. AN INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS O'SHEA
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1906
by Silvia Bertolotti

- IN.FONDO.AL.MAR. MEDIAACTIVISM AND INFOVIZ.
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1900
by Serena Cangiano

- STEFANO TEDESCO. RADICAL IMPROVISATION
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1898
by Claudio Musso and Annamaria Monteverdi

- OBSOLESCENCE OF THE FUTURE. CANECAPOVOLTO & MALASTRADA.FILM
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1895
by Alessio Galbiati

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[IN DEPTH]:

- VNS BY DAVID ROKEBY. SEEKING FOR AN HARMONICS OF INTERACTION
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1897
by Claudia Maina

- SHADOWS OF VIDEOART. THE NEW ERA OF "QUITE IMAGES"
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1907
by Antonio Caronia

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[REPORT]:

- ARS ELECTRONICA 2010. ART AND TECHNOLOGY FOR A BETTER FUTURE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1890
by Barbara Sansone

- URBAN MASHUP. CHANGING A SLUM IN A CULTURAL HERITAGE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1899
by Neva Pedrazzini

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[ATTACHMENT]:

- WOMEN AND WORK: THE STRANGE PRADA CASE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/allegato.html
by Zoe Romano

[COVER]: Gruppo MID/Antonio Barrese - Disco Cinetico Stroboscopico

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[THE PROJECT]:

DIGICULT is an online/offline Italian platform, created to spread digital
art and culture worldwide. It focuses on the impact of new technologies and
modern sciences on art, design, culture and contemporary society. DIGICULT
is based on participation of more than 40 professionals, representing a wide
Italian Network of critics, curators and journalists in the field. DIGICULT
is the editor of the magazine DIGIMAG, which focuses on some cultural and
artistic issues like internet art, hacktivism, electronica, video art,
audiovideo, art & science, design, new media, software art, performing art

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[DIRECTION & MANAGEMENT COMMITEE]:

Marco Mancuso (Digicult project Director and Teacher at New Academy of Fine
Arts / Naba of Milan) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (International Doctorship in
Audiovisual Studies, University of Udine) ; Bertram Niessen (Researcher at
Sociology Deparment of Statale University Milan - Bicocca) ; Lucrezia
Cippitelli (Phd at Sapienza University Rome and Teacher at Fine Arts Academy
of L'Aquila)

[EIDITORIAL STAFF & TRANSLATIONS]:

Luca Restifo (Technical Consultancy) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (Press Office) ;
Luigi Ghezzi (Social Networks) ; Giuseppe Cordaro (Podcast Editing) ;
Riccardo Vescovo (Graphic Design) ; Laurea Magistrale in Traduzione
Specialistica, Università IULM di Milano (Website Translations) ; Francesca
Lattanzi - Sara Cavagna - Henriette Vittadini - Andrea Cariello - Stefano Avola - Jessica Williams (Magazine
Translations)

[EDITORIAL BOARD]:

Tatiana Bazzichelli ; Bertram Niessen ; Teresa De Feo ; Luigi Ghezzi ;
Giulia Baldi ; Domenico Quaranta ; Massimo Schiavoni ; Monica Ponzini ;
Annamaria Monteverdi; Valentina Tanni ; Lucrezia Cippitelli ; Silvia Bianchi
; Claudia D'Alonzo; Barbara Sansone ; Giulia Simi ; Silvia Scaravaggi ;
Alessio Galbiati ; Antonio Caronia ; Clemente Pestelli ; Donata Marletta ;
Valeria Merlini ; Stefano Raimondi ; Loretta Borrelli ; Carla Langella ;
Marco Riciputi ; Elena Gianni ; Matteo Milani ; Francesco Bertocco ; Silvia
Casini ; Jeremy Levine ; Serena Cangiano ; Micha Cardenas , Mark Hencock ,
Pasquale Napolitano ; Simona Fiore ; Zoe Romano ; Enrico Pitozzi ; Eugenia
Fratzeskou ; Mattia Casalegno ; Robin Peckam ; Sabina Cuccibar ; Silvia
Bertolotti ; Simone Broglia, Claudio Musso, Elena Biserna , Claudia Maina,
Henriette Vittadini ; Neva Pedrazzini ; Felipe Zuniga, Mathias Jansson

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