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Andrew Quinnn


Andrew Quinn is an Australian computer graphics artist and musician, living in Milan. He has worked on digital effects for films such as “The Matrix” and “Tomb Raider”, “Nirvana” and “Vajont”. In the last few years he specializes in video installations for multi screen and immersive environments and also digital graphics for interactive dance productions and contemporary music, including the series Koine' for Pommeriggi Musicale at Teatro Del Verme, Milano in 2011 and in Budapest Opera house for the Bluebeard Castle In  the 2012 Biennale of Music in Venice. He has lectured at NABA Milan, Quasar Institute of Design, Rome and the Australian Film Shool, Sydney. www.akipix.eu


Alessandro Chiodo

Alessandro Chiodo - VIRTUAL ARTS STUDIO

"Chiodo" is Nail,

Alessandro is a thief of what the eye catches, "the eye line thief"; 

he loves to seduce through the camera lense and to govern light on the body.

Alessandro is a cinematographer and light designer.

The video portrait, the framework image, the performance behind the camera are the origins of his artistic works .

His curiosity permits him to dedicate himself to film inspired experiments, becoming always more extreme and closer to the world of cinema, video-art and performance.

He is a polyhedric, pop easy artist guided by his emotions.

After graphic design school he took a degree at a Film School and then went to Rome where his continous research for new goals and targets permited him to collaborate with young artists (Paolo Canevari, Ra Di martino, Rossella Biscotti...) , directors (Riky Tognazzi, Manetti Brothers, Renzo Cerbo...)   and great  cinematographers like Vittorio Storaro, Fabio Cianchetti, Daniele Nanuzzi. Recent experience introduced him to light design for Opera and cinematography for live transmissions in cinemas.

Caterina Barsuglia Vianello

Caterina Barsuglia Vianello - VIRTUAL ARTS STUDIO

After the degree in Philosophy at University  La Statale of Milan, in 1998 she began his work in the theater as an assistant director in the prose and in the Opera, working with artists such as Pier Luigi Pizzi, Giuseppe Patroni Griffi, Giancarlo Cobelli, Giancarlo Sepe, Walter the Moli, etc.

She did productions such as "A Midsummer Night's Dream" conducted by Gianandrea Noseda at the Teatro Regio in Turin and Yuri Temirkanov at the Teatro Regio in Parma,"The turn of the screw", directed by Sir Jeffrey Tate at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice,"Don Giovanni" directed by Riccardo Frizza for the Sferisterio Opera Festival, to name only the last.

In parallel, since 2000, began collaborating with the art direction of various repertory theaters, thus participating the implementation of projects such as the "Project Ronconi" in Turin during the Cultural Olympiad 2006, as an assistant to the Artistic Director and Organizational Teatro Stabile di Torino.

Since 2005 she teaches at the University IUAV of Venice, at the chair of "directed play" prof. Walter Le Moli.

From 2006 to 2008 he edited (direction, sets and costumes), the re-stagings of shows like "La Traviata" by Giancarlo Sepe at the Poly Theatre in Beijing, "One of the last night of Carnival" by Pier Luigi Pizzi to Mossoviet theater in Moscow, or "Saul," also by Pier Luigi Pizzi, the Rome Opera House, as a Stage Director.

In September 2011 he directed of "Bluebeard's Castle" by Bela Bartok, conducted by Gyorgy Gyorivanyi Rath, the Budapest Opera.

World premiere of an opera with scenes in stereoscopic 3D, created by Italian Opera.

She currently lives in Paris.