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Marco Donnarumma

Marco Donnarumma (Italy, 1984) is an independent new media artist, teacher, composer, performer and bass player based in Edinburgh, UK.

His research takes life in multiple forms such as audiovisual real-time performances, responsive computing systems, interactive installations and electroacoustic compositions.

His works, especially the live performance projects, are regularly presented internationally. Donnarumma has exhibited and performed in 19 countries across South America, Europe and Asia (Venice Biennale, NĂ©mo, Mapping, Re-New, SummerLAB, Pure Data Convention, EMAF, Pikslaverk, FAD, Visionsonic, Rome White Night, Live!iXem, Carnival of e-Creativity, Dundee Visual Research Center, Barcelona Centre for Contemporary Culture, Ausklang Festival, Netaudio, Cinetrip Festival).

In 2007 he received a B.A., summa cum laude in Visual Arts and Performance Arts Disciplines, study route New Technologies for Arts at the Venice Academy of Fine Arts, Italy. He currently investigates Biophysical Sound Design applications within a MSc by Research at the University of Edinburgh, UK.

Since 2009 he is a MA Professor of Sound Design for Sensitive Environment with FLOSS at LABA – Brescia Academy of Fine Arts, Italy. He is a researcher at and member of the board of directors of Live Performers Meeting, an international gathering of new media artists.

Donnarumma holds workshops and talks for international universities and venues on a regular basis – previous seminars include the CC4C, University of London, the Glasgow Centre for Contemporay Arts,the UPR, Universidad de Puerto Rico, the Gotland University, Institute for New Media Art and Technology in Sweden, the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan and the Pierluigi da Palestrina Conservatory, Cagliari, Italy.

Texts, articles and ideas can be found at and

Primary personal website and portfolio:

Personal blog dedicated to new media art, digital freedom and music: