Tadeus Mucelli


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  • ISEA2019

    Tadeus Mucelli is an artist, curator, researcher and project manager in technological art and digital culture. Master in Arts by the stricto-sensu postgraduate program of the UEMG State University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, with thematic on memory, preservation and digital heritage. He holds a PhD postgraduate program from Information Science School by Information Science School – Federal University of Minas Gerais. In the years 2013/2014/2015 he dedicated himself to research on “Instability of Digital” resulting in various actions and products, such as seminars, book and articles, as well as participation in national and international events. He is the founder of the Digital Art Festival FAD in Brazil (since 2007) and the Digital Art Biennial (2018) in Rio de Janeiro/ Brazil. He has been working in the fields of Art and Technology since 1998, mainly in the field of electronic art, new media and technological enterprise. Self-taught musical and audiovisual producer, with works published in Brazil and abroad. Organizer of the publications; Digital Art Festival catalog and essays (2011), Digital Art Festival retrospective with scientific essays (2012), Post-Digital Settings: Technological Art and Culture (2017 by Publisher State University of Minas Gerais), and the book of the 1st Biennial of the Digital Art in Brazil Catalog and scientific essays (2018). He also works in the conception, artistic direction, consulting and management of cultural projects that involve new media and digital culture. As a researcher, he is developing in his PhD through the Federal University of Minas Gerais the methodological relations in the field of information science with a view to the production of digital memory and digital heritage in the areas of digital humanities and information studies in technological arts. In 2012 he was awarded the prize for the promotion of art by FUNARTE Visual Arts. In 2014, it was awarded by the 1st Brazilian Creative Award, through the Ministry of Culture and the Secretariat of Creative Economy Cultural Expressions/Digital Art for the project of the EAT Creative School in Art and Technology.


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