Ars Electronica Gardens Exhibition


Coded Biophilia & Un Suono in Estinzione

Umanesimo Artificiale (IT)

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With topics ranging from bio-design, marine ecology, sound art and creative coding, with an experimental approach which strives to explore the intersections between art, science, technology, biomaterials and critical thinking, the projects Umanesimo Artificiale presents at Ars Electronica 2022 are a celebration of bits and atoms.

Coded Biophilia — Hacking Marea is a project by Giulia Tomasello that explores marine biotechnologies and practices of circular fashion and DIY techniques.

Un suono in estinzione is an experimental art and science research project aimed at monitoring the implications of climate change on Alpine glaciers through a sound exploration of natural environments at risk. The abundance of scientific discoveries, technological innovation and design, forces society to transform itself continuously and rapidly, pushing humans to incessantly redefine their identity, their tasks, their habits and their sense of community.


Umanesimo Artificiale is a non-profit cultural organization and a collective of international creative coders born with the aim of investigating what it means to be human in the era of Artificial Intelligence. It promotes coding and computational (creative) thinking through the channel of digital and performing arts, raising awareness of a fertile interaction between man and machine.


Umanesimo Artificiale Art director: Filippo Rosati Coded Biophilia — Hacking Marea Project lead: Giulia Tomasello Assistant: Valentina Carnali Un suono in estinzione Project lead: Sergio Maggioni a.k.a. NEUNAU Creative technologist: Emanuele Balia