Marco Cadioli has focused his research on images that mate- rialize on computer screens, blurring the boundaries between real and virtual. The Net is the territory of Marco Cadioli’s ex- plorations, with the analytical eye of the photographic medium since the early 2000s.
Cadioli was a net reporter, entering war simulation video games as an embedded photographer, and worked as a reporter from virtual worlds for the international press. He then focused on the representation of the world in Google Earth, with a series of works that explore the new perspective offered by the satellite view.
His current works deal with how and what Artificial Intelligence is learning, once again introducing a new form of vision.
In many works by Marco Cadiolo there is a subversion of the use of systems and software, misused or used to do more than their main purpose to go beyond the surface of the algorithms.
He has exhibited in solo and group show, at national and international level, including: #LAYERS Contemporary Art in the Digital Era, iMAL, Brussels 2018; Landshape, Spazio Ultra (solo show) Udine 2014; Necessary Lines, LinkArt Center (solo show), Brescia 2014; Googleheim Electronic Media Arts Centre (Toronto 2013); Abstract Journeys, Gloria Maria Gallery (solo show) Milano 2012; BYOB, Museo Pecci Milan 2012; Neoludica, Biennale di Venezia 2011; AFK, Casino Luxembourg 2011; FotoGrafia, Macro Testaccio, Rome 2010; Atopic Festival, Paris 2009; Netspace, MAXXI, Rome 2007.
He is a lecturer at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milano and Accademia di Belle Arti SantaGiulia, Brescia.