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Domenico Quaranta

Domenico Quaranta

Co-founder / Artistic Director

Domenico Quaranta is a contemporary art critic and curator. His previous publications include Gamescenes. Art in the Age of Videogames (2006, co-edited with Matteo Bittanti) and Media, New Media, Postmedia (2010). He has curated various shows, including Holy Fire. Art of the Digital Age (2008, with Yves Bernard) and Playlist. Playing Games, Music, Art (2009 – 2010). He is the founding Director of the MINI Museum of XXI Century Arts. He teaches “Net Art” at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan.


Fabio Paris

Co-founder / Managing Director

Fabio Paris is a cultural catalyst, publisher and organizer of events. In 2000 he founded the Fabio Paris Art Gallery, that for over ten years tried to reflect the complexity of the contemporary artistic panorama, and is often referenced as one of the first private galleries worldwide presenting New Media Art. The gallery participated to many art fairs in Italy and abroad, and in 2009 got the Arco Beep Award for the best digital art proposal at the Madrid art fair. Fabio Paris teaches “Organization of exhibitions” at the  Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Brescia.


Lucio Chiappa

Co-founder / Marketing & Communication Manager

Lucio Chiappa is Business Communication Consultant. After working for many important Advertising companies – Young & Rubicam, Gavino Sanna Associati, BGS-D’ARCY – he is currently Partner and President of ecomunicare, an Advertising and Media Relations company based in Milan. In recent years, he focused on communication applied to digital technologies and digital media. He is a member of IAA – International Advertising Association and Visiting Professor at the Master in Marketing Management for International Enterprises at the Università degli Studi di Bergamo.



Matteo Cremonesi

Curator, Link Cabinet

Matteo Cremonesi is interested in contemporary art and new media, focusing his studies on the aesthetic, social and political impact of the Internet and new technologies on contemporary culture and art production. He is lecturer at Accademia di Brera and NABA – Nuova Accademia Belle Arti in Milan. He contributes to Artribune Magazine. He is a member of the art group IOCOSE whose works have been exhibited and presented in several venues across Europe. IOCOSE explores possible futures and alternative presents to hijack the collective imagination.


susanna scotti

Susanna Scotti

Projects and logistics

Susanna Scotti works on the management and development of projects for funded grants for various Italian organizations, including the Link Art Center, Bottega Rosenguild, and the ONG Ipsia, Crema. A graduate from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore – Brescia, she attended the Master in European Projects Planning and Development at the Venice International Univerisity. She loves extreme sports, and she is a trainer of high jump on roller skates and an aerial tissues performer.





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