LUCA LEGGERO
www.leggerostudio.com
luca42 (AT) gmail (DOT) com

 

BIO

Luca Leggero is a post-media artist, an avant-rock musician, a ductile engineer.
As an artist, he explores the dissolution of the so-called new media in our daily lives, creating websites, prints, sculptures, videos, shows.
As a musician, he is both interested in the song form and free improvisation; he makes soundtracks and collaborates with various bands.
As an engineer, he offers flexibility to the forces.
He is the founder of the multimedia collective MAIS and he is part of the editorial board at the artist books publishing house Atypo.org.

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS & PERFORMANCES

2019
“Spamm Philosophy“, Mapils Gallery, Naples
“Not only cigarettes“, Bar Marin, Viareggio, Green Cube Gallety, Internet

2018
Open Codes II The World as a Field of Data“, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany

2017
Your Content is Here“, Greencube Gallery, The Wrong – New Digital Art Biennale, Internet
Segni Leggeri – Internet is not forever“, BAG Gallery, Parma

2016
LIVENEL Perfroming Arts Festival“, Palazzo ex Enel, Piacenza
(More) Google Art on Canvas“, City Art, Milan

2015
Google Art on Canvas“, ULTRA c/o eflux, Udine
Con desiderio e con timore“, Placentia Arte, Piacenza

2014
BAU A3D“, Centro per l’arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Prato
XXIV waves for piano solo – to David Lynch“, Lucca Film Festival, Lucca
Music for “I Have a Dream” by Tatiana Villani, Vancouver Biennale, Vancouver
Contemporary Cities“, HOC/, Internet

2013
Airplane Mode“, Live Performers Meeting, Cape Town
“Dieci volte BAU”, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice
this is our house / this is our rules / and we can’t stop“, Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
“It’s so A-typ(o)ical”, Galleria Studio Gennai, Pisa
Atypo.org: artist’s books in the post digital era“, transmediale, Berlin

2012
“Do it improvisation”, Museo del Vetro, Empoli
“Electro BAU”, Museo Villa Croce, Genova
BYOB MILANO“, Museo Pecci, Milan

2011
Over 425,000 ways to make noise with your smartphone“, Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2008
“AHA Camping”, S.a.L.E., Venice

2007
Allusions or: Histo/Reconstruction“, TAGallery, Internet
“Fluctuate”, Reg Vardy Gallery, Sunderland

2005
“Arte contro la Killer-Cola”, C.S.O.A Forte Prenestino, Rome

 

SELECTED PRESS

2018
Google Maps, Google Earth and Google Art. When software limits become strengths in online art practice” by Alessandra Ioalé, DigiMag Journal

2017
Radical noise! Dada tactics in a post-truth world” by Filippo Lorenzin, Furtherfield
“Internet, materializzazione dell’effimero” by Alessandra Ioalé, #Aimagazine

2016
The Flaws in Iconic Paintings Get Exposed in ‘Google Art on Canvas’” by DJ Pangburn, The Creators Project
Quando l’arte catturata da Google torna su tela” by Federico Martelli, The Creators Project IT

2015
Libro d’artista moltiplicato: segno, oggetto, ambiente come forme di comunicazione” by Natalia Molchanova, Accademia di belle arti di Brera, Milan

2014
Understanding Software: Why Software Studies Matter” by Arthur Teutler, UvA New Media Studies Course, University of Amsterdam
Luca Leggero, Contemporary Cities” by Irene Panzani, Observatoirexpansé
ISSUE #2 Interview with Luca Leggero” by Giulia Daolio, HOC/

2013
Passaggi e atypici paesaggi“, Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo
Bau Una scatola di musica e arte” by Ilaria Sabbatini, COCU – Cultura Commestibile
Post-digital books ed editori atipici” by Simone Rebora, Artribune
It’ s so a-typ(o)ical” by Ilaria Sabbatini, COCU – Cultura Commestibile

2008
How to make a perfect Malevich using only basic HTML code (2006) – LUNK” by John Michael Boling, Rhizome.org

2007
Click and old.art“, Fluctuat
F L U X L I N E S” by Jo-Anne Green, Turbulence
“Corti d’autore: dal 16mm all’Html” by Elena Giulia Rossi, L’Unità
Fluxlines“, Random

2005
Net Art loves Old Art” by Valentina Tanni, Random

2004
Sunday Laylines“, Dataisnature

 

 

 

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