The study and production activities relating to digital art are a means of deepening and articulating specific and contemporary languages applied to the great visual arts tradition. The tools through which this activity is carried out are integrated into the various practices of the Institution so as to consider digital art not as a discipline separate from the others, but as a linguistic possibility applied to any type of project that curators and artists may use.
Each year, activities related to digital practices will yield co-productions involving Italian artists in the creation of new works. This activity is linked to an annual scholarship for a PhD who intends to deepen aspects of the relationship between digital and visual arts and the related problems.
This project is coordinated by Valentino Catricalà.
art and digital media scholars can submit their research project each year at the opening of the scholarship applications. Artists can submit their proposals for the co-production of works using digital languages.