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

transmediale 2012: an interview to the new artistic director Kristoffer Gansing. Two more questions: panels and exhibition


Dates:
Mon Jan 23, 2012 12:15 - Thu Feb 23, 2012

Sorry for any crosspostings

Digicult presents:

TRANSMEDIALE 2012: AN INTERVIEW TO THE NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR KRISTOFFER GANSING
2 OTHER QUESTIONS: PANELS AND EXHIBITION
http://www.digicult.it/en/2012/TransmedialeKristofferGansing.asp
by Marco Mancuso

Digicult continues to publish the interview to the transmediale 2012 new artistic director Kristoffer Gansing made by Marco Mancuso, at the beginning of the last week before the festival's opening. All the missing questions and answer, will be online, step by step, across the next days

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transmediale is finally coming. The 2k+12 edition of the media art, design and culture Berliner festival is running to the opening the next 31 January, taking place until 5 February at the wonderful Haus der Kulturen der Welt, one of the most important European leading centre for the contemporary arts.

Waiting for the rich program of symposia, workshops, special events, exhibitions and performances, Digicult as media partner of the event, has taken the chance to interview the new artistic director Kristoffer Gansing. I have met him at transmediale head office, at Podewil / Kulturprojekte Berlin last December. It has been the chance for a long chat about the new directions and targets of the festival and himself, his background, ideas and critical thoughts.

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EVENT

transmediale 2012: an interview to the new artistic director Kristoffer Gansing - 2 more questions


Dates:
Fri Jan 20, 2012 12:35 - Mon Feb 20, 2012

Sorry for any crosspostings

Digicult presents:

TRANSMEDIALE 2012: AN INTERVIEW TO THE NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR KRISTOFFER GANSING
2 MORE QUESTIONS

http://www.digicult.it/en/2012/TransmedialeKristofferGansing.asp

by Marco Mancuso

Marco Mancuso / Digicult has had an interview with Kristoffer Gansing about the main subjects and targets of the upcoming 2012 transmediale festival edition. Digicult is going to pubblish all the questions and answers, step by step, across the next days until the beginning of the festival

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transmediale is finally coming. The 2k+12 edition of the media art, design and culture Berliner festival is running to the opening the next 31 January, taking place until 5 February at the wonderful Haus der Kulturen der Welt, one of the most important European leading centre for the contemporary arts.

Waiting for the rich program of symposia, workshops, special events, exhibitions and performances, Digicult as media partner of the event, has taken the chance to interview the new artistic director Kristoffer Gansing. I have met him at transmediale head office, at Podewil / Kulturprojekte Berlin last December. It has been the chance for a long chat about the new directions and targets of the festival and himself, his background, ideas and critical thoughts.


EVENT

DIGIMAG 70 - DECEMBER 2011 / JANUARY 2012


Dates:
Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:55 - Mon Feb 20, 2012

Sorry for any crosspostings

Digicult presents:

DIGIMAG 70 - DECEMBER 2011 / JANUARY 2012
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/

Chief Executive and Director: Marco Mancuso
Management Commitee: Lucrezia Cippitelli, Bertram Niessen, Claudia D'Alonzo, Roberta Buiani

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I have to say, however, that the field of data art (or infoviz, dataviz, and all the other names used to define it) isn’t so interesting. In my opinion it deals in great measure with nothing more than a fashion, joined to an ideology of latent technicality, according to which “visualize” – i.e., showing “latent patterns of information” – is in itself something aesthetically right from an aesthetic point of view. Things become interesting when we find an attempt to combine the human with something, though set in motion by the species, which gains features that transcend it, to the extent that it becomes a kind of an unknown otherness.

Stefano Perna from "Kunstradio and Stefano Perna. A short guide to becoming-bat " by Pasquale Napolitano

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[INTERVIEWS]:

MANUEL VASON. PERFORMING WITH THE CAMERA
Txt: Giulia Tonucci - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2242

KUNSTRADIO AND STEFANO PERNA. A SHORT GUIDE TO BECOMING-BAT
Txt: Pasquale Napolitano - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2232

CHIARA GUIDI: MANTICA FESTIVAL. MOLECULAR VOICE PRACTICE
Txt: Alessandra Coretti - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2241

ARTE BIO-DIVERSA. IL PAV DI TORINO, TRA ECOLOGIA E TRANSGENESI
Txt: Laura Capuozzo - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2236

NO PUNS INTENDED. A CONVERSATION WITH FILIPPO MINELLI
Txt: Silvia Scaravaggi - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2240

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[ESSAYS]:

URBAN ESAPISM - PART 2. SOUND LENS, RABDOMANCY BY TOSHIO IWAI
Txt: Mauro Arrighi - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2239

REALTIME TAHRIR. THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TWITTED
Txt: Mitra Azar - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2234

IT'S ALL THANKS TO CAPITALISM. A RE-READING OF PARTECIPATION PRACTICES
Txt: Alessandra Saviotti - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2233

THE ALGORITHMIC "UNCONSCIOUS" - PART 2
Txt: Eugenia Fratzeskou - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2235

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[REPORTS]:

TRASMEDIALE 2012. RE:SOURCE FOR TRANSMEDIAL CULTURE
Txt: Daniela Silvestrin - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2238

CYNETART FESTIVAL 2011. ECAS NETWORK EAND AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTIONS
Txt: Marco Mancuso - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2230

EXPLORATIONS OF THE INVISIBLES. FREEDOM & POWER IN THE ELECTROMAGNETIC
Txt: Barbara Sansone - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2231

COLLECT THE WWWORLD. THE ARTIST AS ARCHIVIST IN THE INTERNET AGE
Txt: Loretta Borrelli - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2237

INVIDEO XXI. SHIFTING DISTANCES OF AN IN-MOTION LOOK
Txt: Giulia Simi - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2243

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[ATTACHMENT]:

NEW MEDIA ART. IN A TIME OF CRISIS
Txt: Geert Lovink - http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/allegato.asp

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[THE DIGICULT 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 journalistic approach

[DIRECTION & MANAGEMENT COMMITEE]:

Marco Mancuso (Professor at Naba Academy of Milan, Visiting Professor at Transmedia School of Brussels) ; 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 Professor at Fine Arts Academy of L'Aquila) ; Roberta Buiani

[EDITORIAL STAFF & TRANSLATIONS]:

Marco Mancuso (Chief Executive & Director) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (Press Office) ; Fabio Franchino (Technical Consultancy) ; Paolo Ceresatto, Alessandra Saviotti, Martina Panelli (Editing) ; Paolo Borsatti (Marketing & Service Designer) ; Laurea Magistrale in Traduzione Specialistica, Università IULM di Milano (Website Translations) ; Stefano Avola, Andrea Cariello, Valentina Venegoni, Maria Cidonelli, Nicole Brioschi (Magazine Translations) ; Eugenia Fratzeskou (International & Academic Networks & Cooperation Consultant)

[AUTHORS]:

Tatiana Bazzichelli ; Bertram Niessen ; Teresa De Feo ; Luigi Ghezzi ; Giulia Baldi ; Domenico Quaranta ; Massimo Schiavoni ; Monica Ponzini ; Valentina Tanni ; Silvia Bianchi ; Lucrezia Cippitelli ; Claudia D'Alonzo; Barbara Sansone ; Giulia Simi ; Silvia Scaravaggi ; Alessio Galbiati ; Antonio Caronia ; Loretta Borrelli ; Carla Langella ; Silvia Casini ; Jeremy Levine ; Herman B. Mendolicchio ; Serena Cangiano ; Micha Cardenas ; Mark Hencock ; Pasquale Napolitano ; Zoe Romano ; Enrico Pitozzi ; Eugenia Fratzeskou ; Mattia Casalegno ; Robin Peckam ; Sabina Cuccibar ; Silvia Bertolotti ; Simone Broglia ; Claudio Musso ; Claudia Maina ; Elena Biserna ; Maria Chatzichristodoulou ; Neva Pedrazzini ; Mathias Jansson ; Felipe Zuniga ; Alexandra Purcaru ; Pia Bolognesi ; Julianne Pierce ;Emanuele Andreoli ; Alessandra Saviotti ; Alfredo Cramerotti ; Martina Panelli ; Alessandra Coretti ; Nicola Bozzi ; Jamie Ferguson ; Mauro Arrighi ; Laura Capuzzo ; Giulia Tonucci

[CONTACTS]:

Digicult: digital art, design & culture
Chief Executive & Director: Marco Mancuso
Largo Murani 4, 20133, Milan (Italy)
Mail: redazione@digicult.it
Mob. +39.340.8371816


EVENT

DIGIMAG 69 - NOVEMBER 2011 - THE INTERNATIONAL ISSUE


Dates:
Wed Nov 30, 2011 16:35 - Fri Dec 30, 2011

Sorry for any crosspostings

Digicult presents:

DIGIMAG 69 - NOVEMBER 2011
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/

Executive Director: Marco Mancuso
Management Commitee: Lucrezia Cippitelli, Bertram Niessen, Claudia D'Alonzo
Editing: Paolo Ceresatto, Martina Panelli, Alessandra Coretti
Translations Reviewer: Roberta Buiani

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"10/15 revealed us the strength of a group that's been working for four months. We showed great unity and friendship with each other despite our differences. We were in town along with other movements and our requests should have been heard in an open assembly with other groups in P.za S. Giovanni. Then some fringes within the movement became more extreme and hostile, and that unfortunately did not allow our meeting to happen. But we obviously want to keep the dialogue with each other going about government policies, and that's why we keep in touch and go on protesting for our rights. We do that daily, facing the realities that surround us, and the practices we accomplish in Teatro Valle. We keep on building, aware that after 10/15 we are not alone, as other movements and groups want to fight by our side in a different way against those who rule us and represent us now." - Teatro Valle Occupato from "None stands for us. The occupation of Teatro Valle" by Marco Mancuso

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[INTERVIEWS]:

MISCHER’TRAXLER. NATURALLY COMBINED DESIGN
Txt: Pasquale Napolitano - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2203

A NEW DOCUMENTATION. AN INTERVIEW TO JOAO VASCO PAIVA
Txt: Robin Peckham - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2215

ANYTHING I LOVE GOES INTO MY BRAIN. AN INTERVIEW WITH RAPHAEL ROSENDAL
Txt: Mathias Jansson - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2211

NONE STANDS FOR US. THE OCCUPATION OF TEATRO VALLE
Txt: Marco Mancuso - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2208

ROBOTIC IDENTITY. MULTIMEDIA FASHION SHOW BY HUSSEIN CHALAYAN
Txt: Alexandra Purcaru - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2202

RICCI/FORTE. A MASH-UP OF UNEASINESS AND PERVERSION
Txt: Alessandra Coretti - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2214

INTERMUNDO & SYSTEMA SOLAR: MILITANT SOUNDS, SOCIO-CULTURAL PROJECTS
Txt: Lucrezia Cippitelli - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2207

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[ESSAYS]:

URBAN ESCAPISM - PART 1. THE THOUSAND LIGHTS OF TOKYO'S STREETS
Txt: Mauro Arrighi - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2213

CYBER-MINITAURS AND IMMEDIA. THE IMMATERIAL SIGN OPACITY
Txt: Emanuele Andreoli - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2212

A.I. AND LANDFORM STUDIES. THE REDISCOVERY OF THE ONTOLOGICAL NEED
Txt: Simone Broglia - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2210

ALGORITHMIC "UNCONSCIOUS" - PART 1
Txt: Eugenia Fratzeskou - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2209

LIGHT SPECTRUM GLASSES. LOOKING BEYOND WHITE LIGHT
Txt: Thomas Schielke - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2205

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[REPORTS]:

BOZAR ELECTRONIC WEEKEND. ELECTRONIC MUSIC IN THE HEART OF EUROPE
Txt: Silvia Bertolotti - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2206

DESIGNING COMPLEXITY. REMARKS ABOUT DESIGN MODELING SYMPOSIUM
Txt: Sabina Barcucci e Bertram Niessen - http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2204

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[ATTACHMENT]:

NEW MEDIA ART IN A TIME OF CRISIS
Txt: Geert Lovink - http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/allegato.asp

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[THE DIGICULT 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 journalistic approach

[DIRECTION & MANAGEMENT COMMITEE]:

Marco Mancuso (Professor at Naba Academy of Milan, Visiting Professor at Transmedia School of Brussels) ; 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 Professor at Fine Arts Academy of L'Aquila)

[EDITORIAL STAFF & TRANSLATIONS]:

Marco Mancuso (Executive Director) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (Press Office) ; Fabio Franchino (Technical Consultancy) ; Paolo Ceresatto, Alessandra Saviotti, Martina Panelli (Editing) ; Paolo Borsatti (Marketing & Service Designer) ; Laurea Magistrale in Traduzione Specialistica, Università IULM di Milano (Website Translations) ; Lara Freschi, Francesca Lattanzi, Stefano Avola, Andrea Cariello, Valentina Venegoni, Maria Cidonelli (Magazine Translations) ; Roberta Buiani (Translations Reviewer) ; Eugenia Fratzeskou (International & Academic Networks & Cooperation Consultant)

[AUTHORS]:

Tatiana Bazzichelli ; Bertram Niessen ; Teresa De Feo ; Luigi Ghezzi ; Giulia Baldi ; Domenico Quaranta ; Massimo Schiavoni ; Monica Ponzini ; Valentina Tanni ; Silvia Bianchi ; Lucrezia Cippitelli ; Claudia D'Alonzo; Barbara Sansone ; Giulia Simi ; Silvia Scaravaggi ; Alessio Galbiati ; Antonio Caronia ; Loretta Borrelli ; Carla Langella ; Silvia Casini ; Jeremy Levine ; Herman B. Mendolicchio ; Serena Cangiano ; Micha Cardenas ; Mark Hencock ; Pasquale Napolitano ; Zoe Romano ; Enrico Pitozzi ; Eugenia Fratzeskou ; Mattia Casalegno ; Robin Peckam ; Sabina Cuccibar ; Silvia Bertolotti ; Simone Broglia ; Claudio Musso ; Claudia Maina ; Elena Biserna ; Maria Chatzichristodoulou ; Neva Pedrazzini ; Mathias Jansson ; Felipe Zuniga ; Alexandra Purcaru ; Pia Bolognesi ; Julianne Pierce ;Emanuele Andreoli ; Alessandra Saviotti ; Alfredo Cramerotti ; Martina Panelli ; Alessandra Coretti ; Nicola Bozzi ; Jamie Ferguson ; Mauro Arrighi

[CONTACTS]:

Digicult: digital art, design & culture
Editorial Director: Marco Mancuso
Largo Murani 4, 20133, Milan (Italy)
Mail: redazione@digicult.it
Mob. +39.340.8371816


EVENT

DIGIMAG 68 - OCTOBER 2011 - THE INTERNATIONAL ISSUE


Dates:
Mon Oct 24, 2011 17:15 - Fri Nov 18, 2011

Digicult presents:
DIGIMAG 68 - OCTOBER 2011
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/
"We always let the public decide freely on the meaning, we believe in
the idea of an emancipated spectator, who always has a personal reading
and adds a new meaning to complement the work. However, this position
brings us sometimes to be as literal as possible. For example, in some
project we have affirmed “State Murderer”: there is not a lot to
interpret here. It is clear that we utilize strategies of culture
jamming, ma in an instrumental way, that is , as a communicative
guerrilla and use of mass culture with the goal to make ironic
statements on the homogeneity of popular culture and the seduction of
advertisement."
Democracia from "Urban critique practices. An interview to Democracia collective" by Pia Bolognesi and Claudia D'Alonzo
[INTERVIEWS]
FREDERIK DE WILDE. INVISIBLE BOUNDARY BETWEEN ART & SCIENCE
by Silvia Bertolotti
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2180
URBAN CRITIQUE PRACTICES. AN INTERVIEW TO DEMOCRACIA COLLECTIVE
by Pia Bolognesi & Claudia D'Alonzo
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2187
MOVING-REMIXING. THE ECONOMY OF MOTION BY MARK AMERIKA
by Mark Hancock
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2181
UPDATES FROM THE REVOLT. AN INTERVIEW TO A SYRIAN ACTIVIST
by Pamoa Irata
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2178
THE PARTICLE. AN INTERVIEW TO ALEX POSADA
by Alessandra Coretti
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2174
CRAFT HACKING IN THE LOOM. CHRISTY MATSON AND MELISSA BARRON
by Mathias Jansson
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2186
STEWING. "PEOPLE'S PORNOGRAPHY" BY KATRIEN JACOBS
by Robin Peckham
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2182
TIAGO PEREIRA AND AUDIOVISUAL. DOCUMENTARIES AND THE ORAL TRADITION
by Ana Carvalho
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2175
LINDSAY HOWARD: 319 SCHOLES AND ONLINE CURATING
by Silvia Bianchi
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2184
SONIC HAIKU AND INVISIBLE CITIES. YASUIRO MORINAGA'S SOUND DESIGN
by Pasquale Napolitano
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2177
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[REPORTS]
ISEA 2011 ISTANBUL: A REPORT. ART AT THE CROSSROADS
by Eugenia Fratzeskou
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2183
"YOU'RE DOING WHAT?" MAKE A LIVING INVENTING YOUR JOB
by Zoe Romano
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2176
THE "SPECULATIVE" EXHIBITION. MAY FICTION REDEFINE REALITY?
by Mattia Casalegno
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2179
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[ESSAYS]
SOUND, BODY, VOLUME. PERFORMATIVITY ACCORDING TO NICO VASCELLARI
by Silvia Scaravaggi
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2185
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[ATTACHMENT]
AN INTRODUCTION TO FAILURE. TAKE YOUR PROTEINS, PUT YOUR HELMET ON...
by Alfredo Cramerotti
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/allegato.asp
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[THE DIGICULT 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 journalistic approach
[DIRECTION & MANAGEMENT COMMITEE]:
Marco Mancuso (Professor at Naba Academy of Milan, Visiting Professor at
Transmedia School of Brussels) ; 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
Professor at Fine Arts Academy of L'Aquila)
[EDITORIAL STAFF & TRANSLATIONS]:
Marco Mancuso (Editorial Director) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (Press Office) ;
Paolo Ceresatto, Martina Panelli, Alessandra Coretti (Editing) ; Roberta
Buiani (English Review) ; Meryem Dipdere (Social Networking) ; Fabio
Franchino (Technical Consultancy) ; Riccardo Vescovo (Graphic Design) ;
Chiara Colella (Marketing Manager) ; Paolo Borsatti (Marketing
Accountant) ; Simona Casonato (Outreach Manager)  Laurea Magistrale in
Traduzione Specialistica, Università IULM di Milano (Website
Translations) ; Lara Freschi, Francesca Lattanzi, Stefano Avola, Andrea
Cariello, Valentina Locatelli (Magazine Translations)
[AUTHORS]:
Tatiana Bazzichelli ; Bertram Niessen ; Teresa De Feo ; Luigi Ghezzi ;
Giulia Baldi ; Domenico Quaranta ; Massimo Schiavoni ; Monica Ponzini ;
Annamaria Monteverdi; Valentina Tanni ; Silvia Bianchi ; Lucrezia
Cippitelli ; Claudia D'Alonzo; Barbara Sansone ; Giulia Simi ; Silvia
Scaravaggi ; Alessio Galbiati ; Antonio Caronia ; Loretta Borrelli ;
Carla Langella ; Silvia Casini ; Jeremy Levine ; Herman B. Mendolicchio ;
Serena Cangiano ; Micha Cardenas ; Mark Hencock ; Pasquale Napolitano ;
Zoe Romano ; Enrico Pitozzi ; Eugenia Fratzeskou ; Mattia Casalegno ;
Robin Peckam ; Sabina Cuccibar ; Silvia Bertolotti ; Simone Broglia ;
Claudio Musso ; Claudia Maina ; Elena Biserna ; Maria
Chatzichristodoulou ; Neva Pedrazzini ; Mathias Jansson ; Felipe Zuniga ;
Alexandra Purcaru ; Lorenzo Taiuti ; Pia Bolognesi ; Julianne Pierce ;
Thomas Schielke ; Emanuele Andreoli ; Alessandra Saviotti ; Alfredo
Cramerotti ; Martina Panelli ; Alessandra Coretti ; Nicola Bozzi ;
Michael Spzakowski ; Jamie Ferguson ; Mauro Arrighi
[CONTACTS]:
Digicult: digital art, design & culture
Editorial Director: Marco Mancuso
Via Thaon di Revel 9, 20159, Milan (Italy)
http://www.digicult.it/en/
Mob.+39.340.8361816