digital art practices, art research, artistic individuality, sound, performance, code and arts, FLOSS (free and libre open source software),
media theory, crirical code studies, philosophy of art, embodiment,
Giuseppe Torre [Dip V, Laurea/M.Phil., MSc, PhD] is Associate Professor of digital
art practices at the University of Limerick
. His research interest lies at the crossings between digital art
practices, open source technology/culture and philosophy. These
interests respond to a questioning of the relationships between technology and art, code and aesthetics, numbers and self; a process that has so far led him to question under what forms and
forces truly creative efforts may, or may not, arise. He is the author of An
Ethico-Phenomenology of Digital Art Practices (Routledge, 2021).
His academic writings features in journals and books by publishing
houses such as MIT Press, Springer, Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
As an active digital art practitioner, his works and performances
have been showecased nationally and internationally. He is a advocate
of FLOOS (Free and Libre Open Source Software) in the teaching and
professional practice of all digital arts.
Giuseppe Torre teaches on the B.Sc, in Music Media & Performance Technology, the MA/Msc in Arts and Technology and collaborates in the Master in AI.
If you are interested in collaborting or pursuing a PhD in Artistic Research, do get in touch!