Raffaella Rivi

Moving images are my passion. I enjoy taking care of different aspects of it, such as filming, directing, and editing. I have always loved animation (2D) through which I bring my digital collages to life.

Since 2004, I have created numerous video scenographies for theatrical performances, collaborating with experimental and stable theaters (Anima Blu. Devoted to Marc Chagal, Eolo Award 2008, and the first prize for best scenography at the Festival Feten 09 in Gijon, Spain).

I am part of the ADV group, Live Digital Arts, and my work has been described by Anna Maria Monteverdi in her book “Scenografe. History of Female Scenography from the 1900s to today”.

I have worked on several medium and feature-length films (Più de la vita- 2019, selected for the David di Donatello awards, received several international recognitions).

Since 2009, I have also been involved in teaching, first at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rimini, and then from 2014 at Ca’ Foscari University, where I continue to experiment with artistic languages alongside academic research.

Sergio Marchesini

I play accordion and piano.
I write and arrange music for film, theater, and dance. I collaborate as an arranger, musician, and composer on various musical projects related to singer-songwriters, folk music, and improvisational music.

I am interested in Creative Coding, Machine Learning, Data Science, and, in general, the application of technology to creative processes.

I have been teaching New Media for Journalism and New Media for Science Communication at the University of Padua for ten years.

In theater, I have worked with Mirko Artuso, Marco Baliani, Giuseppe Battiston, Massimo Carlotto, Massimo Cirri, Vasco Mirandola, Giuliana Musso, Andrea Pennacchi, Giancarlo Previati, Stefano Scandaletti, and Filippo Tognazzo.

As a soundtrack composer, I have worked on productions by Jole Film, ZaLab, Rai Cinema, HBO Europe/Miss Wasabi Films. Recent soundtracks include “Il tempo rimasto” by Daniele Gaglianone, “Po,” “I Sogni del Lago Salato,” “L’Ordine delle Cose,” and “Il pianeta in mare” by Andrea Segre, which were presented at the Turin, Venice, and Locarno film festivals.

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