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.
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 is actually consultant at IF! Italians Festival.
Federica Fontana is a freelance writer and journalist. After a master degree in Medieval Art with a thesis about contemporary artworks placed in medieval context, now her research deals mainly with New Media Art, Performance art, Bio art, science and all contemporary art reflecting on the role of the human body in the future. She has a blog that is about posthuman in art, fashion and technology.
Books & Journal Editor
Silvia Bertolotti is freelance 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, new media studies & cybersecurity.
Press & Media Manager
Sara Angioni is a social media and digital marketing specialist and works also as a freelance writer. After her German A-level, she decided to relocate to Italy where she graduated in Language Sciences. Her interest in multilingual communication has always influenced her career moves. Indeed she has always worked in the field of communication and journalism.
Anna Gorchakovskaya is an art historian, independent researcher and freelance translator. After completing a Master’s degree in contemporary art at the University of Bologna and working with the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, she began collaborating with the contemporary art space Adiacenze in Bologna. She is involved in various contemporary art projects as cultural mediator, curator and marketing manager.
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 and commentator.
Web & Photo Editor
Loretta Borrelli has been working as graphic designer since 1999, with a focus on digital publishing. She has curated the digital development of various editorial projects, among which D’ARS magazine and Digicult. She is co-founder of Undicesima Editoria e Comunicazione. She is part of the AHA network and platform and is co-founder of aspirinalarivista.it editorial project.