Tadeus Mucelli MottaResearcherat MAM - Modern Art Museum of Rio de Janeiro
Tadeus Mucelli is a curator, researcher, and project manager in technological art and digital culture. Master of Arts from UEMG. He has a Ph.D. in Information Science from ECI/UFMG. Researcher in art, technology, and digital humanities. Curator and specialist in digital culture projects for over 15 years: memory, Information, Post-Digital, Blockchain, and decentralized networks.
In 2013/2014/2015, he dedicated himself to research “Digital Instability,” resulting in several actions and products, such as seminars, books, articles, and participation in national and international events.
Founder and founder of the Digital Art Festival - FAD in Belo Horizonte (since 2007) and of the Digital Art Biennial (2018) in Rio de Janeiro.
In 2012 he was awarded the prize for promoting art by FUNARTE-Artes Visuais. In 2014, he was awarded the 1st Brazilian Creative Prize through the Ministry of Culture of the Secretariat of Creative Economy-Cultural Expressions / Digital Art for the EAT-Creative School in Art and Technology project.