PRESIDENT & EDITOR IN CHIEF
Pier Luigi Capucci
Pier Luigi Capucci is a theorist, an educator, a cultural manager and a media expert. Since the early ‘80 he has been concerned with the communication’s studies, the new media and the new art forms, and with the relationships among arts, sciences and technologies. His theoretical activity is concerned with the technologies of representation and communication, with the technoscience-based art forms and with the media studies. He has been a teacher at the universities of Rome “La Sapienza”, Bologna, Florence, Urbino, at SUPSI in Lugano, Udine, and at the fine arts academies of Carrara, NABA Milan, L’Aquila, Urbino, Quasar Rome and Reggio Calabria. From 2013 to 2018 he has been the Director of Studies of the T-Node Ph.D. Research Program of the Planetary Collegium (University of Plymouth). Currently he is a teacher and the coordinator of the Scientific-Cultural activities at LABA (Libera Accademia di Belle Arti/Free Academy of Fine Arts) in Rimini. He published the books Realtà del virtuale (1993/2015) on virtual technologies and the relationships between culture and representation; Il corpo tecnologico (1994) on the impact of technologies on the human body; and Arte & tecnologie (1996/2013) about arts, sciences and technologies. He co-curated the books art*science. The New and History (2018), on the relationship between innovation and history, and Arte e complessità (2018), on contemporary artistic forms that interact with the topics of complexity. He edited the book Dialogues across the seas: the ocean that keeps us apart also joins us. Charting knowledge and practice in the Anthropocene (2022), translated into Italian as Dialoghi attraverso i mari. Il mare che ci separa, ci unisce. Tracciare conoscenza e pratica nell’Antropocene (2023) He has extensively and internationally published in books, magazines and conference papers, organized exhibitions, managed projects and participated to conferences worldwide. In 1994 he founded and directed the first Italian online magazine, NetMagazine, later MagNet, on the relationships between arts and technologies. In 2000 he started Noema, an online magazine devoted to culture-sciences-technologies interrelations and influences. In 2018 he started the research project art*science – Art & Climate Change. https://capucci.org
Giovanni Anceschi (1939), artist, Communication Designer, Scholar and Manager of the Culture of Multimodality. Teacher at IUAV Venice, Faculty of Arts and Design; coordinator of the Ph.D. Program in Product and Communication Design / Design sciences; director of the graduate degree Program in visual and multimedia design; director of the Design Research Unit “Graphic and Multimodal Systems (GaMS)”. In 1993 he founded, with Tomás Maldonado and others, the Design Faculty at the Politecnico in Milan. As an artist he founded the International Kinetic and Programmed Art Movement (with Jaacov Agam, Bruno Munari, François Morellet, Gruppo T, Gruppo N, Bridget Riley, and others) 1959-1965. As a Communication Designer Anceschi received the Compasso d’Oro award and the Honorary Selection at the 18th Compasso d’Oro, ADI, Milan, 1998 and Icograda Excellence Award 1999, to the Career. Anceschi published Monogrammi e figure, Florence, la Casa Usher, 1981; L’oggetto della raffigurazione, Milan, EtasLibri, 1992; “Visibility in progress”, in Design Issues, MIT Press, vol. 12, n. 3, 1996. Anceschi published the first Book in Italy on interfaces and Interaction Design: Il progetto delle interfacce. Oggetti colloquiali e protesi virtuali, Milan, Domus Academy, 1993. In 2006 he published (with Massimo Botta and Maria Amata Garito), L’ambiente dell’apprendimento. Web design e processi cognitivi, Milan, McGraw-Hill, 2006.
Roy Ascott (1934) is a British artist, who works with cybernetics and telematics, on an art which is technoetic, focusing on the impact of digital and telecommunications networks on consciousness. Since the 1960s, Roy Ascott has been a practitioner of interactive computer art, electronic art, cybernetic art and telematic art. He is President of the Planetary Collegium, and DeTao Master of Technoetic Arts at the DeTao Masters Academy in Shanghai. He is the founding editor of the research journal Technoetic Arts, and an honorary editor of Leonardo Journal. He authored the books The Future is Now: Art, Technology, and Consciousness. 2012.Beijing: Gold Wall Press. 2012; Telematic Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art, Technology, and Consciousness. Ed. and Intro by Edward A. Shanken. Berkeley: University of California Press. 2007; Technoetic Arts (trans: YI, Won-Kon), (Media & Art Series no. 6, Institute of Media Art, Yonsei University). Yonsei: Yonsei University Press. 2002; Art & Telematics: toward the Construction of New Aesthetics. (trans: E. Fujihara). Tokyo: NTT Publishing Co. 1998. He has advised new media arts organisations in Brazil, Japan, Korea, Europe and North America, as well as UNESCO, and was Visiting Professor (VI), Design|Media Arts, University of California Los Angeles (2003–07) at the UCLA School of the Arts. Ascott was an International Commissioner for the XLII Venice Biennale of 1986 (Planetary Network and Laboratorio Ubiqua). His Golden Nica award is for “those men and women whose artistic, technological and social achievements have decisively influenced and advanced the development of new artistic directions.” He is recipient of the Ars Electronica Golden Nica award for Visionary Pioneer of Media Art 2014. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Ascott
Nina Czegledy is an independent media artist, curator and writer based in Toronto, Canada. Czegledy collaborates internationally on art & science & technology projects. The paradigm shifts in the arts in a cross-cultural context, locally relevant interdisciplinary education and practice, inter-generational project involvement inform her collaborations. She is of Hungarian origin and spends a great deal of time facilitating international exchange between media art organizations and artists. Originally working in science, Czegledy has also worked in digital video and installation art. She has participated in international forums, workshops, and festivals. Her academic lectures lead to numerous publications in books and journals. Czegledy is an Adjunct Professor, Ontario College of Art and Design University, Toronto; Senior Fellow, KMDI, University of Toronto; Research Fellow, Semaphore Research Cluster, University of Toronto; Member of the Governing Board, Leonardo/ISAST; Board Member AICA International Association of Art Critics Canada; Chair, Intercreate org, New Zealand; Research Collaborator Hexagram International Network for Research Creation, Montreal; Member, Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous LASER Committee; Senior Fellow Intermedia, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest; Moderator for YASMIN, list for art-science-technology interactions around the Mediterranean Rim, and President of Critical Media, a Canadian based Knowledge Institute.
Giuseppe O. Longo
Giuseppe O. Longo (1941) obtained university degrees in Electronic Engineering in 1964 and in Mathematics in 1968. In 1969 he received a Ph.D. in Cybernetics and Information Theory and in 1975 he became full professor of Information Theory at the University of Trieste, where he has been teaching courses on information theory and coding, a subject that he has introduced in Italy back in the Sixties. He participated to many international conferences on information theory and related topics, reading papers and chairing sessions. He organized the 1979 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory in Italy. He has carried out teaching and research activity in several universities and scientific institutions in Europe, United States and Asia. Currently his scientific interests are mainly devoted to epistemology, artificial intelligence, communication, and the social impact of technology. He is very active in giving lectures and publishing papers on such topics. He published several books on the cultural and anthropological consequences of the new technologies: Il nuovo Golem: come il computer cambia la nostra cultura, Laterza, Rome-Bari, 1998; Homo Technologicus, Meltemi, Rome, 2001; Il Simbionte: prove di umanità futura, Meltemi, Rome, 2003; Il senso e la narrazione, Springer Verlag Italia, Milan, 2008. Also, he has acted as director of the section Scientific and literary languages of the Interdisciplinary Laboratory of the ISAS (International School for Advanced Studies) in Trieste. He has translated books from English and German into Italian, including works by Bateson, Minsky, Dennett, Hofstadter, and Eibl-Eibesfeld. Longo is also a writer who published novels and short stories that received prizes and awards, translated into French, English, German, Gaelic and Portuguese.
Former member: Louis Bec†
(Remains in charge for 2 years)
Elif Ayiter, aka Alpha Auer, is a designer, educator and researcher whose interests are based in three dimensional online virtual worlds and avatars and in developing hybrid educational methodologies between art, design and computer science. She teaches at Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey and is the holder of a PhD from the Planetary Collegium, CAiiA. Her texts have been published in academic journals and she has authored several book chapters in academic anthologies. She has presented creative as well as research output at venues including ISEA2011, Siggraph, Creativity and Cognition, Computational Aesthetics and Cyberworlds; she is the chief editor of the journal Metaverse Creativity (Intellect Journals, UK). http://www.citrinitas.com/
Laura Beloff is a researcher and artist working in the cross section of art / technology / science. Her primary focus has been a human in the global society trying to adapt to complex technologically enhanced world. Currently she is an associate professor at the IT-University, Copenhagen.
Roberta Buiani is a researcher, activist and media artist based in Toronto, Canada. She is founder and chair of the interdisciplinary series ArtSci Salon (University of Toronto), and acts as program advisor for the Subtle Technologies Festival. Her work balances theoretical and applied research at the intersection of science, technology and creative resistance, and converges on the analysis of techno-scientific ecologies. Her recent itinerant community project, “The Sandbox project” challenges concepts of sustainability in face-to-face and online collaborations, in network and social media configurations. You can read her work in Fibreculture, Invisible Culture, Cultural Studies and Digicult.
Dmitry Bulatov is an artist, curator and art theorist. His research focuses on interdisciplinary art media, as well as on submediality aesthetics. His artworks have been presented internationally, including 49th and 50th Venice Biennale (2001, 2003), Ars Electronica Festival (ORF, 2002) and many others. He has taken part in numerous international contemporary art conferences and given lectures in Russia, USA, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Singapore and Hong Kong. In 2007 his artwork has been selected by Wired magazine as the world’s 10 top innovations. In 2009 he has been awarded the National Innovation Award for Contemporary Visual Arts. He has curated about more than twenty major exhibitions in Russia and abroad, including “SOFT CONTROL: Art, Science and the Technological Unconscious” as part of the Maribor European Capital of Culture 2012. Since 1998 Bulatov is the curator at the Baltic Branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts (Russia).
Theoretical physicist, scientific director at ISEM (Institute for Scientific Methodology) of Palermo for interdisciplinary studies, he teaches Theory of Complexity for Cognitive Science at the University of Messina. He works on the foundations of quantum theory, cosmology, dissipative quantum field theories, physics of emergence and information, complexity in biological systems and cognition. He is a member of the Academy of Sciences in New York, CIE Computability in Europe, AIEMS Italian Association of Systemic Epistemology and Methodology, Honorary Member of the Italian Society of Neuroaesthetics. He wrote and edited books about Quantum Physics, logic of the mind, complexity, art and science. Being convinced that epistemology is not an a posteriori knowledge, but a constant awareness of the critical micro-paradigms through the research, he has extensively worked in the direction of the inter-disciplinary dialogue. Link: http://goo.gl/OcqqQ
Dr. Živa Ljubec is a transdisciplinary researcher, trespassing disciplinary boundaries, avoiding the differentiation of researchers into artists and scientists, and attempting to mutate into a polyphibian – a “continuously newborn species with acute multisided awareness.” Her work expands beyond disciplinary research into polyphibionics – the “non-discipline” that derives solutions from the non-representable and non-preservable living knowledge. Živa studied architecture and mathematics at the University of Ljubljana. She was awarded the PhD degree by the University of Plymouth for evolving transdisciplinarity into an imaginary organism of living knowledge. In addition to actively spreading her ideas through art interventions, exhibitions and conferences worldwide, Živa was formerly a lecturer at AVA – Academy of Visual Arts in Ljubljana, where she developed a course on Transmedia / Media Theory. Being invited by her mentor Roy Ascott to lecture at his Technoetic Art Studio based at SIVA – Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts, Živa became the Coordinator of the Advanced Degree Course in Technoetic Arts as well as Director of Studies in the Detao Node of doctoral and post-doc programme Planetary Collegium, based at Plymouth University. The experience in the midst of the fastest developing regions of Far East provided Živa an opportunity to rethink the paradigms of Eastern and Western, ancient and modern connections between art and technology, thus informing her current projects.
Alan N. Shapiro
Alan N. Shapiro is a trans-disciplinary thinker who studied science-technology at MIT and philosophy-history-literature at Cornell University. He teaches advanced seminars in media theory, television, history of visual communication, simulation, and computational art at the Art and Design University in Offenbach, at the Goethe University in Frankfurt, at the NABA University in Milan, and at the Arts University in Berlin. He is the author of Star Trek: Technologies of Disappearance (2004) and Software of the Future (2013), and the editor/translator of The Technological Herbarium (2010).
Franco Torriani (Turin, Italy, 1942) after graduating in Economics at the Turin University, concentrated on the connections and interferences among economy, cultural and social environment. Indipendent consultant in external relations and communication strategy, he contributed on setting up several events and to many European publications. He has been, from the ’70s, studying the interactions among arts, sciences, technologies, old and new media, focusing from the ’90s on arts and life sciences. He was member of Ars Technica, Paris, and co-founder of Ars Lab, Turin. He has been vice-chairman of Pépinières Européennes pour Jeunes Artistes (Saint-Cloud, France, chairman 1998-2007) and in the board up to 2017. From 2018 he is member of Transcultures Europe- Pépinières de Création, Paris. He is in the Advisory Board of Noema and in the Board of <mediaversi>.
EDITORIAL AND MEDIA STAFF
(Remains in charge for 2 years)
Renato Alberti (Napoli, 1973) is a down-shifter, independent thinker and technologist. After a degree in law (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II) he worked as a lawyer and achieved specialisations through postgraduate studies in Bioethics (Università degli Studi di Siena; Istituto Italiano Bioetica, Campania) and IT and Privacy Law (Centro Studi Informatica Giuridica). Later he earned a bachelor degree in Multimedia Design at the Fine Art Academy of Urbino where he worked for few years as Lecturer of Digital Applications for visual arts. http://reticular.org
Emanuele Bertoni, Urbino 1971, is a new media enthusiast, a serious video gamer and net runner since 1990. He has been professionally active in the new media design field since the early ’90s, working as graphic designer, interface designer and web designer. He worked for Dada S.p.A., BPM Milano, Mastai Ferretti, Scala Group International, E-ducation.it, Giunti, eXact learning solutions S.p.A, Accademia Nazionale di Medicina. Since 2001 he has been a Lecturer with tenure at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Urbino – Tenure of Tecniche Grafiche Speciali and Computer Games.
Antonello is currently a PhD student at the University of Westminster in London and a member of its Centre for Social Media Research (CSMR) of the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI). Since graduating from the University of Bologna with a Master’s Degree in New Technology and Integrated Marketing Communication, Antonello has lived and worked in a number of countries, most recently in Cairo, Egypt, where he was a journalist and presenter for Egyptian State Radio and Television and coordinator of social media strategy for the Italian Institute of Culture. His engagement with new media started with his participation in the innovative NetMagazine/Magnet in 1996, Italy’s first online magazine, still cited as significant innovation in interface design. He is also the founder and manager of the largest patient-based social movement of its kind in the world which has given rise to an extensive network of associated Italian societies (Onlus).
Giorgio Cipolletta graduated in Communication Studies, publishing and multimedia communications at University of Macerata, Italy, where in 2012 he earned a PhD in Theory of Information and Communication. Presently he is adjunct professor of Visual Art and Technology and researching assistant of Aesthetics, Theory and Technique of Mass Communication and Sociology of Mass Communication at the University of Macerata. In 2011 he was a visiting student at ZKM (Center for Art and Media), Karlsruhe. He explores the relation between body and image in digital art, cybernetic and public space, moreover he studies media objects and cross aesthetics reflecting the reality and digital.
Erica Falcinelli, laureata in Scienze della Comunicazione Pubblicitaria all’Università di Urbino, termina il percorso di studi alla Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti di Milano con un una tesi sulle tecnologie di controllo basate sulla computer vision. Inizia l’attività artistica nel 2011 quando viene selezionata al concorso “Milano in Digitale” promosso dalla Fondazione D’Ars. Appassionata di fotografia apprende la tecnica praticando in alcuni studi fotografici di Milano. Dal 2014 svolge l’attività di Fotografa e Media Artist all’interno del collettivo artistico OrdinariAmministrazione, operante nel settore della New Media Art.
AUTHORS (since 2000)
01.ORG, Alberto Abruzzese, Saul Albert, A.G., Law Alsobrook, Mark Amerika, Jim Andrews, Bernard Andrieu, Gianna Angelini, Filippo Antonica, Stefania Antonioni, Paolo Atzori, Olivier Auber, Marco Balestra, Riccardo Balli, Richard Barbrook, Monica Baroni, Tilman Baumgaertel, Tatiana Bazzichelli, Louis Bec, Antonella Beccaria, Konrad Becker, Agnese Benassi, Andrea Benini, Giorgia Benvenuti, Franco Berardi “Bifo”, Martín Bergel, Pierluigi Bernabei, David M. Berry, Polo Berti, Marco Bianchetti, Amos Bianchi, Vaibhav P. Birwatkar, Matteo Bittanti, Vincenzo Bitti, Kristina Blachere, Gérard Blain, Antonello Bocchino, Daniele Bontumasi, Silvia Bordini, Josephine Bosma, James Boyle, Benjamin H. Bratton, José Luis Brea, Andreas Broeckmann, Andreas Brøgger, Massimo Bronzetti, Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Roberta Buiani, Dmitry Bulatov, Mercedes Bunz, Pietro Bussio, Ferry Byte, Francesco Cacchiani, France Cadet, Enrico Caldesi, Mike Caloud, Martin Calvino, Guido Capanna-Piscè, Pier Luigi Capucci, Simona Caraceni, Marta Cardillo, Brian Thomas Carroll, Giovanni Carta, Mirella Castigli, Edward Castronova, Mauro Catena, Valentino Catricalà, Alessandro Cavaleri, Claudio Cerritelli, Chris Chesher, Alessio Chierico, Paolo Chighine, Matteo Chini, Alan Cholodenko, Giorgio Cipolletta, Francesco Cisternino, Sasha Costanza-Chock, Cindy Cohn, Martina Coletti, David Cox, Gerry Coulter, Florian Cramer, Jordan Crandall, Vikki Cravens, Adam Curry, Nicola D’Antrassi, George N. Dafermos, Dharma Dailey, Carlo Daniele, Rana Dasgupta, Jim Davis, Derrick de Kerckhove, Eric Deis, Scott deLahunta, Mark Dery, Raffaella Di Lorenzo, Ian Dickson, Domenico Donnarumma, Regina Dürig, Jorn Ebner, Adriaan Eeckels, Valerio Eletti, Adam C. Engst, Lee Evans, Piero Fantastichini, Andrea Ferraresso, Ernesto Ferrari, Ivan Fiorentino, Franz Fischnaller, Are Flagan, Rasmus Fleischer, Micz Flor, Darko Fritz, Matthew Fuller, Ulrike Gabriel, Gabriela Galati, Alex Galloway, Anne Galloway, Stefano Gambini, Andrea Ganduglia, Kristoffer Gansing, Gianna Maria Gatti, Giulia Gelmini, Laura Gemini, Giuseppe Gentile, Ida Gerosa, George Gessert, Stefania Gioria, Alessia M. Michela Giurdanella, Abe Golam, Gordo.it, Olga Goriunova, Rachel Greene, Ryan Griffis, Freddy Paul Grunert, Marina Grzinic, Ale Guzzetti, Simon Hadler, Keith Hart, Michael Hauben, Ronda Hauben, Jens Hauser, Nelson Henricks, Jeremy Hight, Linda Hilfling, Jesse Hirsh, Brian Holmes, John Horvath, Wilfried Hou Je Bek, G.H. Hovagimyan, Francis Hwang, Luca Impagliazzo, Jon Ippolito, Y. Raj Isar, Marco Jacquemet, jaromil, Ken Jordan, E.K., Eduardo Kac, Katerina Karoussos, Eric Kluitenberg, Dan Kohn, Dunja Kukovec, Marc Lafia, Leo Lake, Michael Learmonth, Jennifer Leonard, Ignazio Licata, Patrick Lichty, Živa Ljubec, Geert Lovink, Diane Ludin, Sebastian Luetgert, Roger Malina, Lev Manovich, Paolo Manzelli, Alessandro Martin, Paola Martinelli Arlotti, Rossella Maspoli, Ralo Mayer, Christina McPhee, Cristina Miranda de Almeida, Armin Medosch, Arun Mehta, Ioannis Melanitis, Emanuele Melli, Nanni Menetti, Stefan Merten, Mattia Miani, John Laurence Miller, Paul D. Miller, Massimo Roberto Modenese, Francesco Monico, Anna Maria Monteverdi, Hans P. Moravec, Patrizia Moschella, Leonel Moura, Ivana Mulatero, Giles Moss, Sinthea (Sindee) Nakatani, Monica Narula [Raqs Media Collective], Eduardo Navas, Massimiliano Neri, Annalee Newitz, Jennifer Kanary Nikolova, Riccardo Notte, Gordana Novakovic, Mirko Nozzi, Michele Orsi Bandini, William Osborne, Giovanna Pagano, Luigi Pagliarini, Katiuscia Palazzesi, Daniel Palmer, Melentie Pandilovski, Drazen Pantic, Luisa Paraguai, Claudio Parrini, Anna Pazzaglia, Marcello Pecchioli, Jonathan Peizer, Claire Pentecost, Daniele Perra, Giancarlo Perrone, Roberta Peveri, Azzurra Pici, Gabriel Pickard, Matteo Pierini, Lorenza Pignatti, Dorina Pileri, Bruna Piras, Antonio Pizzo, Nicholas Primich, Giorgio Pulcini, Domenico Quaranta, Emanuele Quinz, Raqs Media Collective, Alkiviadis Rasel, Joanne Richardson, Stefano Righetti, Julia Risler, Raffaella Rivi, Eleonora Roaro, Elena Giulia Rossi, Ned Rossiter, Nicholas Ruiz, Eryk Salvaggio, Laura Sansavini, Davide Sassarini, Anne-Marie Schleiner, Florian Schneider, Steven M. Schneider, Bill Seaman, Pavel Sedlak, Edward A. Shanken, Alan Shapiro, Tom Sherman, Shirley Shor & Aviv Eyal, Alexei Shulgin, Howard Slater, Joel Slayton, Chiara Somajni, Franco Speroni, Mirko Speziali, Brett Stalbaum, Felix Stalder, Richard Stallman, STANZA, Virginia Stefanini, Marcello Stoppa, Axel Straschnoy, Ognjen Strpic, Dyske Suematsu, Lorenzo Taiuti, Luca Tateo, Sefik Seki Tatlic, Tiziana Terranova, Roberto Testa, Eugene Thacker, Federica Timeto, Valentina Tolomelli, Marco Tonelli, Franco Torriani, Cristina Trivellin, Antonio Tursi, Judith van der Elst, Rob van Kranenburg, Siva Vaidhyanathan, Silvana Vassallo, Kim Veltman, Massimiliano Viel, Manuel Viñas Limonchi, Ana Viseu, Natasha Vita-More, Alessandra Voltan, Daniela Voto, McKenzie Wark, Geri Wittig, Richard Wright, Xiaoying Juliette Yuan, Josh Zeidner, Henning Ziegler.
STUDENTS (since 2000)
Luca Acquarelli, Claudio Ancora, Laura Anicio, Roberta Antonioni, Leonardo Araneo, Valerio Assalve, Marco Ava, Giorgio Avezzù, Andrea Bagnale, Paolo Barbieri, Agar Alessia Barboni, Valerio Battagli, Christian Battiferro, Daniele Bedeschi, Claudia Bellini, Marcella Benedetti, Dagmar Benghi, Isabella Bertasi, Caterina Bettin, Paola Bevilacqua, Frida Bifolchetti, Francesca Biserni, Pia Bolognesi, William Bolzoni, Chiara Boschi, Mauro Bucci, Federico Cagnucci, Marina Calvaresi, Alessia Calzolari, Manuela Camprini, Irene Campana, Federica Cantori, Cristina Caterina, Gabriella Cerbai, Francesco Cesare Cavallari, Alberto Cavenati, Ivan Ceretta, Massimo Ceriati, Luca Cerretti, Viviana Cervieri, Chiara Checcaglini, Grazia Ciccimarra, Fabio Cicolani, Umberto Cioffi, Francesco Ciotti, Lucia Cipriani, Roberta Colombo, Federica Corbellini, Giacinta Coretti, Jan Alexander Corsini, Francesca Cozzolino, Federico Crosara, Serena D’Urbano, Serena Dalla Torre, Marco Dazzi, Carmelo De Rosa, Roberto Debbia, Francesco Degli Innocenti, Alessandra Dell’Onte, Rossella Di Pietro, Haki Dine, Domenico Esposito, Elena Ezechielli, Isabella Falbo, Carlotta Faresin, Ida Farris, Giovanna Felluga, Angelo Pierpaolo Ferlaino, Paolo Ferrandi, Liana Fontana, Luca Fontana, Nicola Frattegiani, Tiziano Frignani, Martina Fuscaldo, Laura Gallese, Lucio Galliano, Giorgio Ganzitti, Cristofaro Garofalo, Stefano Gemmellaro, Mike Giacovazzo, Céline Gialis, Donatella Giancola, Chiara Giannatiempo, Federico Giordano, Irene Giorgi, Chiara Giuliani, Lorenzo Gorza, Martina Gozzini, Andrea Granduglia, Giovanni Guagnelini, Alessandro Guida, Jana Idris, Luigi Indelicato, Julika Ingrassia, Alberto Irrera, Simonluca Laitempergher, Giovanni Lasi, Matteo Lepore, Nicola Lercari, Roberto Lo Crasto, Simone Locatelli, Paolo Magnani, Laura Malatesta, Alessandro Malavasi, Lichota Malgorzata, Linda Mammana, Raffaele Mancini, Michela Mantoan, Donato Marchesani, Elisa Marchese, Francesca Marcoccia, Mario Marra, Marta Martina, Manila Mazzarini, Marco Mazzeschi, Audrey McMullen, Anna Vera Meati, Guido Mologni, Giorgia Montanari, Valentina Mulas, Daniele Napolitano, Katia Nesci, Ivan Olgiati, Nicola Olla, Antonio Orlando, Marion Ouillot, Dorotea Pace, Massimiliano Pantano, Silvia Papagna, Matteo Passerini, Angelo Passiatore, Roberto Pavani, Anna Pazzaglia, Caterina Pennestrì, Francesco Pennìca, Marcello Petruzzi, Linda Pianigiani, Maria Ludovica Piazzi, Fabio Piccione, Andrea Polgrossi, Monica Poli, Santiago Sanchez Portales, Filippo M. Prandi, Costanza Prinetti, Belkis Ramani, Giovanni Raniolo, Hilenia Ricci, Laura Righi, Francesca Ronchetti, Francesca Rossi, Costanza Ruggeri, Silvia Ruggeri, Valeria Russo, Renzo Saffi, Ariel Sages, Laura Sansavini, Marco Santinelli, Alessio Santini, Roberto Sgallari, Federica Silvagni, Linda Sorrenti, Ciro Sorrentino, Camilla Spagnolo, Emanuele Spagnolo, Francesco Stumpo, Carmine Sulpizi, Bernardo Tacchini, Alessandro Tanassi, Federico Tedeschi, Fabio Terra, Vitaliano Teti, Pietro Tirella, Roberta Todaro, Stefano Tolio, Andrea Trevisan, Francesca Tripiciano, Stefano Usardi, Maura Vadacca, Tristano Vagnoni, Fabio Vasile, Santo Veltri, Lucia Venco, Marco Vignudelli, Cecilia Vinciguerra, Michelangelo Visconti, Daniele Vivetti, Luca Zampieri, Antwuan Wallace, Robert Wank, Enrico Zerbo.