Digicult has a liquid structure, we do not exist in a proper office, we exist only online. We are ethereal, we are a real network, our work constantly cross the boundaries of art, design, cinema, society, communication and scientific research. We are a mutant and unclassified new professional category, spontaneously working across shared and fluid methodological, aesthetic, cultural and technological paradigms.
Founder & Editor in Chief
Marco Mancuso is a critic, curator and teacher in the field of Media Technologies applied to Arts, Design, Contemporary Culture, with a professional interests to practices like Art Management, Online Publishing and Open Cultures. Founder and Director at Digicult and Digimag Journal
Silvia Cegalin is a writer, freelance journalist and performer. After graduating in 2009 at the DAMS of Bologna (theater curriculum) and after a master’s degree in Disciplines of the performing arts at The University of Bologna, under the pseudonym Nausica Hanz, she writes and works for some Italian webzine.
Silvia Bertolotti is free-lance writer. With a MA in Philosophy and a Master in Arts and Cultural Management, she is currently a PHD Candidate in Media and Communications Studies. Areas of special interest to Silvia are web culture and digital arts, computer mediated communications, new media studies and cybersecurity
Donata Marletta, researcher and lecturer, holds (2012) a PhD in Cultural Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. She has presented papers and attended several international academic conferences and has attended several panels and symposia at main media art festivals
Filippo Lorenzin is an indipendent curator and critic of contemporary art. He’s interested in the relationship between art, technology and society, anthropology, psychology and history. He actively collaborates with many international magazines as author & commentator
Martina Raponi is an independent writer and researcher; her work is conducted within the field of contemporary arts. She is interested in the various manifestations of contemporary arts and in their implications on institutional, social, and historical levels. Her focus research, though, is sound, and in particular: noise.
Press Office and Media Manager
Roberta Colavecchio is an independent researcher, curator and cultural producer.
She completed a PhD in Postcolonial and Cultural Studies and actively collaborates with international art spaces, research centers and cultural platforms in order to explore the blurred borders in-between eARTh, humans, animals, and machines.
Marketing & Strategy Manager
Giulia Simi has a PhD in History of Art and Media from University of Pisa. For 10 years she’s also been working as a new media art critic, lecturer, digital producer and strategist for museums, publishers, no-profit organisations and media companies both in Italy and in the UK. She’s a Digicult contributor since 2006.
Matteo Cremonesi focuses his interests on contemporary art and new media. He is PhD candidate at Luephana University of Luneburg, he is lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera and works at Link Art Center as curator of Link Cabinet. He contributes to Artribune Magazine and is a member of the art group IOCOSE