Digicult has a liquid structure, we do not exist in a physical space, we exist only online. We are ethereal, we are a network, our work constantly crosses the boundaries of art, design, culture, 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.


Marco Mancuso
Founder & Director

Marco Mancuso is an art critic, curator, teacher and publisher. He focuses his research on the impact of technologies and science on art, design and contemporary culture. Founder and director from 2005 at Digicult, Digimag Journal and Digicult Editions publishing house, he lectures and joins conferences, round tables, and partnered with many important institutions in the field. He collaborates with the art space Adiacenze in Bologna.

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Valentina Foti
Editor in Chief

Valentina Foti is a freelance author with a degree in Cultural Heritage Conservation and in Information and Publishing, both taken at the university of Genoa. She possesses technical and theorical knowledges in journalism and publishing, enhancing media compentence throughout the web. During her studies and work experiences, she has always examined in depth vast cultural areas, specifically literary, linguistic and visual art fields.

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Bianca Pellissone
Social Media Manager

Bianca Pellissone after a degree in Scienze della Comunicazione in Savona, with a thesis on “social network in contemporary era, between opportunities and controversis” has decided to make Social Media Marketing her specialization with the scope, more general, of Digital Marketing.

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Viola Scaioli
Web Editor

Viola Scaioli graduated in Intercultural Linguistic Mediation at the Forlì campus of the University of Bologna. Having developed, in recent years, a strong interest in journalism and publishing, he has found in this dimension the way to make foreign languages ​​a means that unites and disseminates the themes of art and culture.

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