-Daniela RINAUDO-

Daniela Rinaudo is a member of Evolutionary Systems Group (ESG)

Research interests
  • Scientific Communication and Divulgation by Art
  • Art and Science
  • Smart Design

  • November 2010 – May 2011. Visiting scholar at MOCA. Museum of Contemporary Art, London. Supervisor prof. Michael Petry. The aim of this research was to investigate the connection between Art and Science.
  • 2010. Ph.D student by Doctoral School in Science, Tecnologies and Communication, University of Calabria.
  • 2007. Master Degree in “Visual Arts and Performing Arts Disciplines”, Section of Scenography. Scenography Specialization. Thesis Title: “Lo spazio del tempo tra il diafano ed il reale. Analisi dell’impianto scenico di Che Tempo Che Fa” (The space of time between the real and the diaphanous. Analysis stage of “Che Tempo Che Fa” television show), Academy of Fine Arts, University of Catania, (Italy)
  • 2005. Professional qualification as Set Designer and Stage Painter, as registered in the special Show business Employment office of Palermo, (Italy) – Work Regional Council Office.
  • 2004. Master Degree in “High Artistic Education”, Section of Painting, specialization in Cultural Heritage. Painting Specialization. Thesis Title: “L’Anima. Percorsi di pensiero” (The Soul. Thought paths), Academy of Fine Arts, University of Catania, (Italy).

 

  • 2009. Support activity in European Research Project SCIENAR for identification and selection of artistic scientific material related to digital artistic production of scenarios. ESG group, University of Calabria, (Italy)
  • 2008. Graphic Design in European Research Project SCIENAR. ESG group, University of Calabria, (Italy)
  • 2008. Art Gallery Assistant in the organization of art exhibition and for the Miart Exhibition (Setting, Communication, Artists’s Coordination). Galleria Antonio Battaglia, Milano, (Italy)
  • 2007. Apprendice Assistant Director in the TV Show “Che Tempo Che Fa” with Fabio Fazio, directed by Duccio Forzano. RAI – Radiotelevisione Italiana – TV Studio of RAI 3 Milan, (Italy)
  • 2006. Apprentice Set Design Assistant in the TV Show “Che Tempo Che Fa” with Fabio Fazio, directed by Duccio Forzano. RAI – Radiotelevisione Italiana – TV Studio of RAI 3 Milan, (Italy)
  • 2005. Scenography Assistant in the implementation of stage comedy drama “La Concessione del telefono" by Andrea Camilleri, directed by Giuseppe Dipasquale, scenes by Antonio Fiorentino. Teatro Stabile Catania, Catania, (Italy)
  • 2005. Scenography Assistant and Costumes Assistant in the implementation of stage comedy drama "Il Barbiere di Siviglia" by Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, directed by John Anfuso, scenes by Riccardo Perricone, costumes by Odette Nicoletti. Teatro Stabile Catania, Catania, (Italy)
  • 2004. Scenography Assistant in the implementation of stage comedy drama “Fata Fiore”, by Luigi Capuana, directed by Angelo Tosto, scenes by Giuseppe Andolfo. Teatro Stabile Catania, Catania (Italy)
  • 2004. Apprentice Scenography Assistant for the Leoncavallo’s drama “Pagliacci” , directed by Pier Francesco Maestrini, scenes by Salvatore Tropea. Teatro “Vincenzo Bellini”, Catania, (Italy)
  • 9-th International Conference Nexus 2012, Relationships between Architecture and Mathematics, Politecnico of Milan, Italy, 11-14 June 2012.
  • Daniela Rinaudo, “Geometric Man”, 2010. Installation. MOCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, London (UK, December 2010.
  • Daniela Rinaudo, “Geometric Man”, 2010. Installation. “Bridges 2011”, University of Coimbra, Portugal, 27-31 July 2011.
  • 10-th International Conference on Applied Mathematics, “Aplimat 2011”, Bratislava, 1-4 February 2011.
  • 14-th Annual Bridges Conference, "Bridges 2011", University of Coimbra, Portugal, 27- 31 July 2011.
  • Rinaudo D., “Theatrical Mathematical Architectures of Josef Svoboda”. Proceeding of the Nexus 2012, Relationships between Architecture and Mathematics. PhD. Day and Poster session. Milano (Italy). 11-14 June 2012. In Michela Rossi (editor), McGraw-Hill Publishing, Milano, 2012, pp. 37-42.
  • Rinaudo D., “Geometric Man”. Art Exhibition Catalog 2011. Robert Fathauer & Nathan Selikof Editors. ISBN 978-0-9846042-6-5.
  • Rinaudo D., “Geometric Man”. International Contemporary Artists, vol. IV. I.C.A. Publishing, 380 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, 10168, US,  2012, pag. 329. ISBN 978-960-93-3380-1.
  • Rinaudo D., Laria G. , " ART AND MATHEMATICS, ABSTRACTION FROM OBJECTS: GEOMETRIC MAN IN 3D SPACE IN SEARCH OF THE FOURTH SPATIAL DIMENSION". Atti del convegno "Aplimat 2011", Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, 1-4 February, 2011, M. Kovacova Ed.:Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, 2011, Vol. 4, pp. 1095-1102.
  • Francaviglia M. , Lorenzi M. G. , Rinaudo D. , " GALILEO AND LEONARDO DEBATE ON THE PREDOMINANCE OF SCULPTURE VERSUS PAINTING: PANOFSKY EXPERIMENT REVISITED". Atti del convegno "Aplimat 2011", Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, 1-4 Febbraio, 2011, M. Kovacova Ed.:Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, 2011, Vol. 4, pp. 957-960.
  • Francaviglia M. , Lorenzi M. G. , Rinaudo D., " MOTION AND DYNAMISM: ALEXANDER CALDER ‘S MECHANISMS IN THE SPACE OF AIR". Atti del convegno "Aplimat 2011", Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, 1-4 Febbraio, 2011, M. Kovacova Ed.:Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, 2011, Vol. 4, pp. 953-956.
  • Rinaudo D. , Lorenzi M. G. , Francaviglia M. , " The Idea of Time, Motion and Dinamism in Art". Atti del convegno "Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music and Science", Coimbra, Portogallo, 27-31 Luglio, 2011, A cura di Sarhangi R., Séquin C., Tessellations Publishing:Phoenix, Arizona, Usa, 2011, pp. 443-446.