Dario Rodighiero is a postdoc of the metaLAB, a design-driven laboratory for experiments in the arts and humanities at Harvard University. He is also affiliated with the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and the Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rome. Rodighiero is also a lecturer in Paris at Pantheon-Sorbonne University, teaching data visualization and controversy mapping. Presently he works on Surprise Machines, a museum project to exhibit the entire collection of the Harvard Art Museums through a choreographic interface capable of capturing body gestures. He is an alumnus of MIT as well as of EPFL, which awarded him a PhD in Science after attending the doctoral program of Architecture and Sciences of the City. As a member of Bruno Latour’s AIME project, Dario was a finalist of ADI Compasso d’Oro Award 2020. Formerly he was employed at Sciences Po and the European Commission, which recently appointed him as an external expert in data visualization and interface design.
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