Art Prize


Curated by Daniela Cotimbo

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The idea of first edition of the Re:Humanism Art Prize is to offer a proactive vision of the future, through speculative reflection on AI as medium.

The ten projects that involve the use of artificial intelligence technologies, put the viewer a question on the relation between man and machine, trying to outline the increasingly opaque border between human and artificial. Art and human processes are rethought through the impact that artificial intelligence has on today’s society, to bring new perspectives and to develop a lateral thought, proper to art, in support of a technological advancement that is “on a human scale”.


The Jury

Alfredo Adamo

CEO, Alan Advantage

Entrepreneur and manager with 34 years of experience in the ICT and Innovation sectors. Expert in business processes, innovation management, technology scouting, business impact analysis, impact of Artificial Intelligence on business strategies, Internet of Things and smart living, R&D management, scientific research, design. Founder of the Alan Advantage Society and co-founder of the Re:Humanism cultural programme. He is currently a startup Advisor and Business Angel Investor, personally supporting many startups. In recent months he has launched a new adventure called Frontiere, of which he is CEO, to bring innovations, precisely “frontier”. Frontiere brings valuable innovations to medium and large companies as soon as some technologies show their potential, taking into account the social, ethical and environmental impact of the technologies themselves.

Daniela Cotimbo

Founder and curator, Re:humanism

Daniela Cotimbo is an art historian and independent curator based in Rome. His research is focused on the problematic issues of the present, investigated through different means of expression, in particular new technologies. He recently founded and edited the Re:humanism Art Prize dedicated to the relationship between Art and Artificial Intelligence, becoming then a cultural association of which she is president. Daniela has curated exhibitions in several galleries, museums and festivals, including the MAXXI - National Museum of Arts of the 21st century, albumarte, Colli Independent, Operativa Arte Contemporanea and Romaeuropa Festival. She writes for numerous contemporary art magazines such as Inside Art, Flash Art, NERO and has edited or participated in a series of panels for institutions such as Palazzo Te (Mantua), Cubo Unipol (Bologna), Manifattura Tabacchi (Florence), Maker art (Rome), Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera (Milan), Ca' Foscari University (Venice), John Cabot University (Rome). In 2021 she co-founded Erinni, a curatorial collective that combines transfemmismo and media languages. Since 2022 she has taught Theory and Method of Mass Media at Rufa - Rome University of Fine Arts.

Giovanni Losco

Senior partner Alan Advantage

Senior executive, 30 years of experience in IT, marketing and financial. CEO and co-founder at Mediamobile Italia S.p.A., that provides solutions and services for Intelligent Transport System, Metro “Telecom” Systems and Digital Signage markets. Senior Partner at Alan Advantage from 2014, where launched the RenAIssance project, aimed to investigate and exploit the marriage between “Humanism” and “Artificial Intelligence”.

Elena Giulia Abbiatici

Art curator freelance

Art historian, author and curator of contemporary art. She turns her curatorial research into artistic experimentation that reflects the relationship between techno-capitalism and life, with an attention to the implications that globalization, Web 2.0, migration and climate change are having on the individual, collective identities and the spaces we inhabit. She started a traveling project DIGITAL PRIMITIVES. NEURONS ON THE CLOUD with the will to investigate the imagination and the computational artistic representation. In 2015 She co-founded the artistic-curatorial platform NATION25. She writes for

Cristina Dinello Cobianchi

Director AlbumArte

Born in Venice, she lives and works in Rome. Since 2004, she founded AlbumArte, an independent non-profit cultural association of which is currently President and Project Manager. After numerous Modern Art projects, from 2010 through AlbumArte she has exclusively produced and focused on Contemporary Art projects. Among others, she had collaborations with the MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts, the La Galleria Nazionale in Rome, the Italian Institutes of Culture in Istanbul and Prague, the Institute Français, the Real Academia de España, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, the Galata Rum Okulu-Greek School of Galata in Istanbul, as well as with different independent spaces, artists and curators both in Italy and abroad. She collaborates with Exibart and she has written numerous texts for art books, monographs and catalogs.

Valentina Tanni

Art curator, Artribune

Contemporary art critic and curator. Her research is focused on the relationship between art and new technologies, with a particular focus on Internet culture. In 2002, she graduated in Art History from La Sapienza University in Rome with a master’s thesis on net art (Net Art.1994–2001), and in the following years she published a number of articles, reviews and essays for Italian and international magazines. She is the founder of Random Magazine and co-founder of Exibart and Artribune, two important Italian art magazines. She also directed the online version of FMR magazine. Since 2001 she has curated several solo and group exhibitions. From 2010 to 2012 she was a guest curator of the FotoGrafia International Photography Festival in Rome. She currently teaches “Digital Art” at Politecnico University in Milan.

Salvatore Iaconesi e Oriana Persico

Artists HER she loves DATA

Salvatore is a robotic engineer, hacker, TeD and Eisenhower Fellow. Oriana is an expert in communication and digital inclusion and cyber-ecologist. Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico observe the mutation the societies with the advent of networks and technologies ubique. Between poetics and politics, bodies and architectures, squats and revolutionary business models, the couple promotes a vision of the world in which art is the link between science, politics and economics. They are authors of global performances, publications and works exhibited all over the world. They teach Near Future and Design at various faculties, including the ISIA of Florence and the La Sapienza University of Rome, and are founders of HER – Human Ecosystems Relations, research center that uses art and design to create processes of cultural acceleration through data, as an existential boundary of human beings in contemporary societies.

Fabrizio Pizzuto

Art curator/ Professor RUFA

Writer, exhibition curator and art critic. He graduated in Contemporary Art History at La Sapienza University of Rome. He is specialized in Contemporary Art History at the School of Specialization in Siena, directed by Enrico Crispolti. He currently manages the online art criticism platform Pensiero Meridiano, the Antonello Bulgini Archive and the communication company FoolOptional srls. He also collaborates with the itinerant project Le Stazioni Contemporary Art of Milan, of which he is co-creator. This year he also co-founded the 10 little indians project , which will each year include a selection of 5 artists and 5 critics under 30 of the international scene. He currently teaches at Rufa University of Fine Arts.

Giuseppe Chili

Manager iNEXT

Giuseppe is an Independent Management Consultant at iNEXT. His work experience led him to know directly several industry sectors, such as Software, Consulting, Healthcare, Textile, Food etc. He has a great experience as a freelance technical journalist and he was the author of three fiction books: “Mai stato nel Missouri” (Aracne press), “Addio Ragazze d’Avigone” Pendragon press, both available on Amazon, and “Sezione Bordiga”, currently in print with Pendragon press.

Matteo Cremonesi

Artist and curator Link Art Center

Matteo Cremonesi (1984, Brescia, Italy) focuses his interests on contemporary art and new media, studying the aesthetic, social and political impact of the Internet and new technologies on contemporary culture and art production. He is PhD candidate at Luephana University of Luneburg, Germany; he is lecturer of Cybernetics at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera – Milan; and works at Link Art Center as curator of the online exhibition space Link Cabinet. Since 2011 he contributes to Artribune Magazine writing about web-based art. He is a member of the art group IOCOSE that have been exhibiting internationally at several art institutions and festivals. IOCOSE’s art investigates the after-failure moment of the teleological narratives of technological development, in regards to both their enthusiastic and pessimistic visions. Ph: Nicola Tirelli


Giang Hoang Nguyen

1st Prize

Klingemann, Barqué-Duran, Marzenit

2nd Prize

Enrico Boccioletti

3rd Prize

Adam Basanta

Antonio “Creo” Daniele

Daniele Spanò

Enrica Beccalli

Guido Segni


Michele Tiberio / Diletta Tonatto

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