Mauro Arrighi, Artist, Lecturer and Curator
Graduated from Interface Culture in Linz (Austria), guest at IAMAS in Ogaki (Japan); former PhD student at Kyoto Institute of Technology (Japan), Mauro Arrighi has been lecturer of Digital Art and Electronic Art at the Academy of Fine Arts of Venice (Italy)
He has been featured, among other venues, at the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, at the International Biennales of Art and Architecture of Venice, at Victory Media Network in Dallas, at the Pantaloon Art Gallery in Osaka, at the International Conference on Culture and Computing in Kyoto, at New Media Fest in Cologne, at Pantheon Gallery in Nicosia, at Kurye Video Org in Istanbul, at the Video and New Media Art festival in Ljubljana, and at the Netherlands Media Art Institute in Amsterdam. Since 2010 Arrighi is living in Japan where he is pursuing his academic and artistic career as new-media artist, lecturer and independent-curator. In 2011 published “Japanese Spell in Electronic Art.