Marco Mancuso is new media art critic, curator, journalist and teacher, expert of the impact of digital, interactive, software and open source technologies on art, design, culture and contemporary society.
Founder and Director at Digicult project and Digimag magazine, Marco Mancuso focuses his researches on the connection between sound, light, image & space, with an historical/theoretical point of view, among a cross-disciplinary territory crossing art, cinema, music, design, architecture & science.
As Digicult director, Marco Mancuso has been also expertising and skilling in the last years on networking strategies, online marketing & comunication developments and web 2.0 editing & journalistic activities.
With the art-agency Digimade he is working for international art festivals, galleries, cultural and media centers as guest curator and media partner, organizing exhibitions and cross media events, workshops, meetings and screenings and promoting, among others, Italian live media & live cinema artists.
His interviews and critical texts can be read on Digimag archive, while his essays were published in festival and exhibition catalogues and written for lectures and presentations he joined internationally.
Marco Mancuso teaches “Multimedia Art Languages” at NABA (New Academy of Fine Arts) in Milan and “New Media Art” and “Audiovisual Design” at IED (European Institute of Design) in Milan and is invited as guest lecturer to seminars and workshops at many Italian and international Universities.