About Mattia
Mattia Casalegno is an installation artist and live media performer exploring issues of perception, intimacy and synaestetic performativity. His work, ranging from (a)sensorial devices, interactive environments, audiovisual live sets and public installations, is been extensively exhibited around the world. He’s represented by the belgian Cimatics agency and writes regularly about art and digital technologies on the online magazine Digicult.
http://www.mattiacasalegno.net
Current city: Los Angeles
Mattia Casalegno is an installation artist and live media performer exploring issues of perception, intimacy and synaestetic performativity. His work, ranging from (a)sensorial devices, interactive environments, audiovisual live sets and public installations, is been extensively exhibited around the world. He’s represented by the belgian Cimatics agency and writes regularly about art and digital technologies on the online magazine Digicult.
 
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