Domenico Quaranta (Italy)


is a doctoral student in Art, Communication and New Technologies at the University of Genova. His work as an art critic and curator is strongly focused on new media, net art, use and abuse of the digital and bio technologies. His first book, NET ART 1994-1998. La vicenda di Äda’web, about the first years of net art and the history of the New York based “digital foundry” Äda’web, has been published in 2004. In 2005, he curated the “GameScenes” section of the Piemonte Share Festival 2005 (on game hacking and game art) and co-curated, along with Luca Lampo, Marco Deseriis and 0100101110101101.ORG, the “Connessioni Leggendarie” exhibition, on the history of He his now working (with Matteo Bittanti) on a book on game aesthetics in game art. –

Domenico Quranta participates in

  • JavaMuseum
  • JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project