About Federico Foderaro
Federico Foderaro is an audio-visual Berlin-based artist, media technologist, programmer and Max/MSP teacher hailing from Rome. He graduated with the highest honours in Electronic Music and Multimedia Composition at the Conservatory Licinio Refice of Frosinone (IT) in 2016, and had started developing a fascination for audiovisual art and the link between art and technology during his studies.
He teaches the Max/MSP software in workshops, private lessons and university courses, besides a collection of publicly available video and written tutorials.
As an artist, he creates audiovisual artworks by means of programming. His latest work Anthropocene was awarded the jury prize of the Anthropocene contest organized by Mutek festival 2017. He has collaborated with names such as Michael Comte, for whom he created the sound design for his installation Light at the Maxxi museum in Rome.
As a professional, he works with various artists and companies, collaborating for the creation of art pieces and commercial installations. Federico’s recent commissions include interactive installations developed for the Washington gallery Artechouse, for Marlboro, the Fox Entertainment Group and Adidas.