Salvatore Iaconesi (Italy)

Salvatore Iaconesi

  • JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project
  • “Italian by birth, but living across Italy, United States, England, Brazil and wherever work and interests take me, I have always had a fetish on art and technology.
    Starting out in the european hacking and software pirating scenes of the late ’80s, I organized rave parties throughout the ’90s, promoting events such as a nomad industrial orchestra.
    I started creating software art in the late ’90s, working first on ascii/ansi art, then on specific art projects based on the internet, on computer networks and artificial intelligence and genetic algorythms.
    In 2004 I produced an electronic art festival in Rome: the 12 weekly sessions hosted the best part of Italy’s electronic art panorama, showing what in Rome was perceived, at the time, only as “that strange electronic stuff”.
    I am now working on projects based on the “not_human” concept.”

    Salvatore Iaconesi participates in


  • JavaMuseum
  • JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project


  • A Virtual Memorial
  • Memorial for the Victims of Terror
    curated by Agricola de Cologne


    JavaMuseum – Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art

    a+b=ba? – art + blog = blogart?
    showcase curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne