Caterina Tomeo

Caterina Tomeo is an art historian who combines research with critical and curatorial practice. She deals with Contemporary Art with particular interest in the interdisciplinary and research in the field of New Media Art and Sonic Arts. She is the coordinator of the MAD in “Multimedia Arts and Design” at RUFA – Rome University of Fine Arts, where she is also a lecturer and Academic Council Representative. She is lecturer in the Master of “Sonic Arts” at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering of the University “Tor Vergata” of Rome; in the Master of “Economics and Management of Art and Culture” of the Sole 24 Ore Business School of Rome; in the Master of “Management of Art and Cultural Heritage” of Giunti Academy – School of Management of Florence. She was co-director of Spring Attitude festival until 2018; she currently collaborates with international festivals dedicated to electronic music and contemporary culture. She co-founded the Sound Studies Forum, the first research network on sound studies in Italy, in collaboration with the University of Urbino. She is the art director of the Sound Box at the Mattatoio in Rome. Her most recent publications include: Sound Art. Ascoltare è come vedere (Castelvecchi, 2017); Sonic Arts. Tra esperienza percepettiva e ascolto attivo (Castelvecchi, 2019); the essay Dance Dance Dance. L’Interzone tra il suono dei Joy Division e la Rave Era, in Our vision touched the sky (Rogas Edizioni, 2021, edited by A. Amendola and L. Barone.