Francesco Imola is a London-based digital artist, creative coder, and designer researching and experimenting across multimedia platforms. He works with archives and content sharing platforms as a tool to learn about ourselves and speculate about popular media of communication. He is a Digital Arts BA student at the University of Greenwich.
Some of his latest projects include Three Years, a book that redesigns the artist' social media presence into a stream of consciousness; and Gug, an internet artwork that overturns the image of hookup apps’ users by generating random Grindr usernames.
Francesco has performed and contributed to the School of Design Loudspeaker Orchestra concerts, Merseyside electronic musicians' collective Emotion Wave, University of Kent MAAST Electroacoustic Concert, and 528 at the Heritage Gallery, amongst others. He has previously worked with the University of Greenwich Galleries, Getintothis, Bow Arts, and the Baluji Music Foundation.
frn dot imola at gmail dot com
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