Leonardo Dellanoce

About

Curator at Digital Earth

Editor at Volume Magazine

Studied MA Arts & Culture - Art in the Contemporary World and World Art Studies at Universiteit Leiden / Leiden University

Studied Lettere moderne at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - Sede di Milano (IT)

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Contact

leonardo[dot]dellanoce[at]gmail[dot]com

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Spoke

at Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design on Research and Experimentation in the Technological Reality (video)

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Wrote

Terraforming via the Digital Twin of Everything in Comrade Animal: the Human Habitat Beyond Anthropocentrism

Digital Earth on Broken Nature: XXII Triennale Milano 2019 website

Skyrocketing Paranoia in Volume #51 Augmented Technology

(Un)Foreseen Subversion in the Neoliberal (Public) Space in Kunstlicht #38

Beyond Definition in Volume #50 Beyond Beyond

School of Knocks in Volume #45 Learning with Nick Axel

Schooling the World in Volume #45 Learning

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Initiated

The Digital Earth project together with Arthur Steiner and supported/produced by Hivos, British Council and SIDA

Vertical Atlas: A Techno-political Cartography together with Benjamin Bratton, Arthur Steiner and Klaas Kuitenbrower. In collaboration with Het Nieuwe Instituut, Hivos and Stedelijk Museum

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Interviewed

Femke Herregraven and Ana Maria Gomez Lopez in Migrant Journal #5 Micro Odysseys

Jason Adams in Volume #53 Civic Space

Max Hampshire, Stefan Heidenreich, Keller Easterling in Volume #52 The End of Informality

Benjamin H. Bratton, Nicolay Boyadjiaev in Volume #51 Augmented Technology

Ute Meta Bauer, Timothy Moore, Jose Munoz-Villers in Volume #50 Beyond Beyond

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Edited

Volume #53 Civic Space with Arjen Oosterman and Francesco Degl’Innocenti

Volume #52 The End of Informality with Arjen Oosterman

Volume #51 Augmented Technology with Arjen Oosterman

Volume #50 Beyond Beyond with Arjen Oosterman

Plan and Play, Play and Plan by Jan Willem Schrofer (editorial assistant)

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Vertical Atlas
This is super duper!