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Since September 2005 she attended for three years the course of "Arts and Techniques of Digital Entertainment" at the “Sciences Humanities Faculty” at "La Sapienza University" in Rome. During these years she studied history of art, history of theatre, cinematography, dramaturgy, virtual scenography, movie direction, digital video editing.
On the 21st of January 2009 she made the dissertation of the final thesis about “Immaterial Scenography”.
Since August until November 2008 she was in Denmark at “Aarhus University”, at CAVI (Centre of Advanced Visualization and Interaction - http://www.cavi.dk/index.php) and at DIEM (Royal Academy of Music) for research for final thesis about digital scenographies.
In October 2008 she attended a workshop at "Statens TeaterSkole" in Copenaghen about virtual scenography and the visual interactive software "Isadora" with Mark Coniglio of Troika Ranch Dance Company (http://www.troikaranch.org/).
At the end of the workshop with Mark Coniglio during the "Kulturnat" of Copenaghen there was an exhibition of the final interactive performance “Music&Light” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2jKbJG3CEg).
In November-December 2008 she attended several workshops about "Live Electronic Performance", "Performing media", "Max&Jitter" at FUCINAOFF'08 in Spoleto, in Italy where she realized an interactive installation called "The Abyss" in collaboration with Casandra Hernández Vélez and Michael De Fenestrad, students at Frank Mohr Instituut in Groningen, Netherlands (http://www.fucinaoff.net/).
Since September 2009 she’s attending the “MFA Scenography” at Frank Mohr Instituut in Groningen, Netherlands to develop and deepen knowledges about the use of digital and interactive scenography in live performances (http://www.mohr-i.nl/content.phtml?881).
During these first months she attended two workshops about Max/Msp and Processing softwares
In January 2009 she attended a lightning workshop by Henk van der Geest at the Instituut LichtOntwerpen in Amsterdam (http://www.lichtontwerpen.nl/).
In the same period she was also selected among 200 works of art for the exhibition of the International Painting Contest “Bruno Buozzi” in Rome with her painting “Persistence of an ideal” (www.megart.it). The collective exhibition took place on the January 2010 in the Hotel Aran Mantegna, Rome.
In February 2010 she was selected for the International Photo Contest "Medio Ambiente" of the Ayuntamento de La Rinconada for the collective exhibition that will take place on the 5th of June 2010 at the Cultural Centre de La Villa, in Sevilla, Spain.
In this last period she was also selected to realize a theatrical exhibition in Kunstvlaai 2010, in collaboration with the dutch artists Udo Thijssen and Linda Witpaard from the Frank Mohr Istituut, that will take place in May 2010 at Westergasfabriekterrein in Amsterdam.
Francesca Bardaro is a multidisciplinary artist who works and experiments in different artistic disciplines.
About the artistic research of Francesca Bardaro, she wants to explore the use of digital scenography (videoprojections, and real time interaction) in live performances.
The digital technology allows to translate a physical space in multisensory simulation, to create artificial sceneries to live into, in which to act.
Francesca’s artistic research is based on the languages of mind dynamicity, synaesthesia, on simultaneous and different visual and sound elements that are able to wind completely the audience.
She wants explore new boundaries between different kinds of artistic expressions, trying to combine traditional arts and new media.
Since he was teenager she was passionate about drawing and painting and she has excellent creative skills. Later she started to get more and more interested in the development and use of new technologies in the artistic field that have changed totally the perception of art in the last century; for this reason she works at the same time also with photography, painting, video and using softwares that allow to create connection, an interaction between them.
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