Alda Terracciano is an interdisciplinary artist/researcher with a particular interest in creating tangible experiences using mediums such as moving image, sound, and participatory design. After a period of research in Digital Economy at Queen Mary, University of London, her artistic practice has expanded to include interactive multisensory technologies.
She holds an MA in Art, Design and Visual Culture from London Guildhall University and a PhD in Theatre History from Università di Napoli “L’Orientale” and Middlesex University. She has exhibited work at venues such as Tate Modern (London), CHI 2017 (Denver), as well as showcasing her moving image in several festivals including LIFT, the Festival of Human Rights, and Aperture Festival. She is Artistic Director of Aldaterra Projects, Honorary Research Associate at UCL and Co-leader of the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies. Get in touch.