DiPisaStasinski consists of Alessandra Di Pisa and Robert Stasinski, working as an artistic duo since 2010.
Their joint art production is based on dialogical aesthetics, psychology, cognitive science and artificial intelligence.
Together they work in long-term, investigative, transdisciplinary and collaborative art projects, involving a wide range of people from different professional fields and institutions.
Alessandra Di Pisa (b 1977) has worked with a wide range of artistic expressions such as video, performance, text, sound art, installations, artist books and robotics. Her early works centered around an exploration of linguistic and visual rhetorical manipulations.
Previous exhibitions include Swedish Conceptual Art, Kalmar Art Museum (2010), Living in a Modern Society, Kaliningrad State Art Gallery (2009), Hyper Design - Shanghai Biennale (2006), Tomhetens Triumf, Kulturhuset Stockholm (2006). For more information please visit alessandradipisa.com.
In addition to her artistic practice, Alessandra Di Pisa is a senior lecturer in visual communication and design as well as director of studies at Linköping University. More information here.
Di Pisa has studied design at Parsons School of Design (NY), has a BFA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College (UK) and a MFA in Fine Art from Konstfack (SV).
Robert Stasinski (b 1980) has worked as an artist, critic, magazine editor, writer and curator for over fifteen years.
He was the editor-in-chief of Konstnären and Nu-E – The Nordic Art Review, as well as editor of several books including Felix Gmelin – The Aging Revolution, 2006, The Synthetic Supernatural, 2011, The Board Room, 2016 and Soli Deo Gloria, 2017. He is currently Editor and Communications Director of SSE Art Initiative, Stockholm School of Economics and course leader in Arts Management at the
International Master Program in Curating at Stockholm University. He has lectured on topics such as Artificial Intelligence Art, Arts Management, Cultural Policy, Neuroaesthetics and Body Image/Body Politics at Stockholm University, Akademi Valand, Linköping University, Nordic Summer University, Lithuania, Konstfack, KTH, Färgfabriken, IBM Sweden, Moderna Museet, The Stockholm School of Economics, among others.