Martina Menegon (1988, Italy) is a new media and visual artist, performer, programmer and teacher assistant. Since 2010 she work together with Stefano D’Alessio (1987, Italy) creating interactive performances and installations. Their research addresses the digitalization of the human, its distortions preceptive amplifications caused by new technologies and virtual representations of the “real”. Their work involve the human body as incipit for analyzing the coding and decoding processes of the “real” and physic, in to digital and abstract, enquiring the ephemeral limits between machine and body, artificial intelligence and consciousness. With a degree in Visual Art and Theater at IUAV University of Venice, she is currently studying Transmedial Arts at The University for Applied Arts of Vienna. Since 2010 she is teaching assistant at the Bachelor, Master, and Post Graduate Master courses at IUAV University of Venice, where she teaches multimedia tools for interactive arts with Klaus Obermaier, artist she regularly collaborate with as programmer and tech/artistic assistant. She also realized interactive visuals for various artists, choreographers and theater directors. Martina Menegon currently live and work in Vienna.