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based in Wien/Vienna

Martina Menegon (1988, Italy) is a new media artist, programmer and educator.
Her work deals with the instability and ephemerality of the human body as well as the alienation from physicality in today’s digital age, questioning the gap between real and virtual, flesh and data.

Since 2010 she collaborates with Stefano D’Alessio and Klaus Obermaier, creating interactive performances and installations.

With a degree in Visual and Performing Art at IUAV University of Venice and in Transmedial Arts at The University for Applied Arts of Vienna, since 2010 she is teaching assistant of at the IUAV University, where she teaches multimedia tools for interactive arts with Klaus Obermaier.
Since 2016 she is also lecturing in the Transmedial Art department at the University of Applied Art in Vienna and in the department of Time-based and Interactive Art at the Art University of Linz.
Martina Menegon currently lives and works in Vienna.