Mario Ciaramitaro

Curator residency

November 2020 - April 2022

Mario Ciaramitaro. Castelfranco Emilia, 1985

Mario Ciaramitaro is an interdisciplinary researcher in interface cultures, design cultures and visual arts. He has a comprehensive editorial experience, shaped by his involvement in tutoring students, designing publications with artists and curators, and in collaborative production models in self-organised frameworks.

His recent PhD dissertation The treason of the interface: a manifesto for critical design explores the core of interface ontology and why there were opportunities for persuasive technologies to shift the relationship between people and digital realities. The result is a call on radical procedures and design approaches that can lead to a public discussion and investigation of the digital future.

He is part of Blauer Hase Collective and co-curates Helicotrema, the recorded audio festival. Between 2012 and 2020, Helicotrema has hosted more than 400 authors and artists working with sound, exploring the possibility of a collective listening situation in dialogue with specific locations such as foundries, boats, greenhouses, museums and astronomical observatories.

Since 2009 he has been part of a number of artist’s talks and panel discussions in Venice where he also tutors visual art classes at IUAV University of Venice. His teaching practice spans from leading practice based research workshops, media editing, darkroom photography and speculative design workshops.

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