Graduated in industrial design, graphic design and animation, Marcio Ambrosio (BR) has worked in different sectors: animation, advertising and post-production. Besides, he participated in workshops and festivals with his art work, such as FILE 2007 et 2008 (Brésil), Japan Media Arts Festival 2008 (Japon), Transitio MX (Mexico).
In 2004, he formed the collective zzzmutations, where he produces short animation films and develops experimental and interactive projects.
In 2008, his project Oups! received the Grand prix Division Art at the Japan Media Arts Festival (Tokyo, Japan) and the Grand prize Image in movement at Transitio MX (Mexico City, Mexico) in 2009.
Today, he continues working at the crossing of animation and participative installation with the constant imput of new technologies, from computer vision to interaction design with a hint of electronics, digital fabrication or video mapping.
On Sunday 28 September 2014, iMAL (Brussels) organises with Exonemo and IDPW (JP) the second Internet Yami-ichi (Black Market) outside Japan, a flea market for "browsing" face to face. Once upon a time, the Internet was supposed to be a place of "liberty". Nowadays it's so uptight. So let's turn off, log out and drop in, on the real world. Let make the Internet reign in the real world!
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ICT & Art Connect sets out to bring together artists and technologists to explore new ways of working. The EU coordination action FET-ART has played a crucial role in helping advance this initiative and will close its activities in Brussels on May 11 and 12 with a final event presenting its major achievements and policy recommendations. On Sunday 11/05 this will happen at our neighbour F0AM in the same building as iMAL and William Latham's exhibition.