Marco De Mutiis is an artist that works with different media and technologies and with an interest in issues of perception and communication. Often re-engineering and transforming old analog and mechanical devices, De Mutiis creates kinetic installations that concern with communication, language and physicality.
Graduated with distinction from the MFA program at the School of Creative Media (City University of Hong Kong), he has shown his works internationally in festivals and galleries. He has been the recipient of the Bloomberg Digital Arts Initiative in 2013. He has worked as a senior research associate and part-time lecturer at City University of Hong Kong and he is currently working as Digital Curator at Fotomuseum Winterthur.
Constant Counting Disorder
computational video series on control and technology (2014 - ongoing).
minimal hardware interfaces, open source and reprogrammable (2014 - ongoing).
mixed media installation on liminal spaces in Hong Kong, involving a custom controlled swarm of toy drones (with Kenny Wong) (2013).
There is a Light that never goes out
reactive lights installation on a moving tram (with Yuen Yeung) (2013).
kinetic installation about memory with re-engineered split flap analog displays (2012).
digital video on crowd behaviour and body communication patterns (2012).