Digicult is based on the active participation of quite 50 professional people, who represent a wide international Network of journalists, curators, artists, theorists, practioneers and critics. These professional people have been doing their bit for the project, realizing interviews and articles to meet the increasing demand for information on national and international digital culture and art world and protagonists.
Digicult is based on the voluntary participation of all of its’ authors. They each have a personal space on the website and magazine that they can use to publish and diffuse their researches. This gives them the possibility of contacting and creating professional bonds with artists and other authors, institutions and different organizations. All you have to do is scroll down this page, to find out how these professionals come from extremely different backgrounds, interests and countries. This variety faithfully represent today’s definition of “digital culture”: a mix of creativity and social research, science, communication, innovation and art history.