Lorenzo Oggiano (1964, Padova-Italy) works in photography, video, new media, installations, assemblages. He graduated in visual arts (BA) at the University of Bologna (D.A.M.S.) with a final thesis on the relationship between arts and new technologies: “Contemporary arts and technological interaction: the bodies of mutation”. Since the early nineties, Lorenzo Oggiano is engaged in an artistic and theoretical research concerning the biological, sensorial and cognitive mutations induced by new technologies, and the aesthetic and communicative potentiality of new media tools. His work has been shown in several exhibitions and festivals in Europe, USA, Asia, Australia.Since 1998 lives and works in Sassari (Italy).