Alfredo Cramerotti

Art + Tech Director, Curator, Writer, Publisher

Office address: mm:museum [Media Majlis] @ Northwestern Qatar, Education City, Doha, Qatar
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Curating Art in the Digital Age: Interview with Alfredo Cramerotti, Auronda Scalera by Sonia Stubblebine for FastVerse X podcast

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Video interview / webinar for FastVerse X podcast on curating digital culture.

Video interview / webinar for FastVerse X podcast on curating digital culture. The topics covered follow the questions below:

1. What is the role of curator for digital art? 

2. What unique challenges do curators face when working with digital art?

3. How do curators navigate issues of copyright and intellectual property in the digital art realm?

4. How does the rapidly evolving technology landscape influence digital art and its curation? 

5. What are the main trends in Digital art in 2023/2024? 

6. Could you tell us about Art Dubai Digital and your work behind this art fair? 

7. What are the main art events in the digital art world in the coming months? 

8. What are your predictions on how digital art will develop in the coming years?

Auronda Scalera and Alfredo Cramerotti are a curatorial duo about art and new technologies.

Auronda Scalera is the co-curator of Art Dubai Digital 2024 and part of the Jury of the Lumen Prize 2024. Co-founder of Multiplicity, a publishing platform for underrepresented artists that work with new technologies. curator and consultant for contemporary and digital arts based in London and Dubai. 

Alfredo Cramerotti is Director of mm:museum of art, media and technologies in Doha: Co-curator Art Dubai Digital: Adviser, British Council Acquisition Committee & UK Government Art Collection. He curated 4 national pavilions and collateral events at the Venice Biennale, EXPO Film & Video in Chicago, and the biennials Sequences VII and Manifesta 8. 

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