Marco María Gazzano
Universidad de Roma III
Expert of cinema and electronic art, he is Associated Professor of Cinema, Photography and Television in the Faculty of Literature and Philosophy at the Third University of Rome (Università degli Studi Roma Tre), where he is teaching “Film Theory” and “Cinema, Electronic Arts and Intermediality” since 2003.Gratuated in Contemporary History (1980), Ph.D. (1986) in Performing and Electronic Arts, from 1993 to 2006 he has taught “Theory & History of Cinematography” at the Faculty of Literature and Philosophy in the University of Urbino “Carlo Bo”.
He is president of Kinema, a Cultural Association that works in Rome since 1989 managing expositions, “educational” and no profit initiatives as well as a fund of videographic works comes from quality television and new television. The fund consists in about 10.000 pieces created by the most important international authors from Sixties till now.
From 1985 to 1996 he’s been the Director of Locarno VideoArt Festival (CH).
From 1990 to 1994 he’s been also the Director of Cinema from Europe Mosaic. The Small Countries and Regions of the Europan Communitiy (Cinema dal mosaico Europa. I Piccoli Paesi e le Regioni della Comunità Europea), Rome/Bruxelles.
From 1996 to 2001 he has directed Art & Communication. International Bienniale of Electronic Arts, Quality Television & Multimedia Publishing Trade. (Arte & Comunicazione. Biennale internazionale delle arti elettroniche, della televisione di qualità, dell’editoria multimediale), Rome; the international exhibition Italia, Europe and South America Tower of Peace. The strategies of art against the strategies of violence (2002-2012).
From 1990 to 1993 he took part in the realization of experimental broadcast programming for RaiSat, an italian satellite TV channel owned by RAI , as an innovative television programme’s author, as well as he has realized some “Thematic Events” for Arte, a Franco-German TV network, which aims to promote quality programming related to the world of arts and culture.