À propos de Anna Maria Monteverdi
Anna Maria Monteverdi is an expert in Digital Performance and Video theatre, and has a degree and a PhD in Performing arts (University of Pisa). She also studied in Québec at the headquarters of the multimedia director Robert Lepage, to whose work she devoted a monograph. She teaches History of Theatre at the Academy of Turin and Digital video at the Brera Academy, and have been teaching History of Theatre at the University of Cagliari and Forms of the multimedia theatre at the Department of Arts and Performing Arts at the University of Genova. She published several books including: Le arti multimediali digitali (2004) and Nuovi media nuovo teatro (2011). She writes for several journals: ateatro.it, rumorscena.it, digimag.it, culture teatrali.it, Hystrio, Juliet-art magazine, and have written on digital performances, interactive installations and authors such as William Kentridge, Motus, Bob Wilson, Heiner Goebbels, Marcel lì Antunez Roca, Critical Art Ensemble and others. I am project manager for IAM project for DIRAAS (University of Genova), an international project based on augmented reality applied to cultural heritage and theatre financed by EU (2012-2015).
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