Francesca Gollo is a multimedia designer and professor of Multimedia Exhibit and Multimedia for Cultural Heritage at RUFA – Rome University of Fine Arts. She works for public and private institutions in the field of multimedia design and enhancement of cultural heritage.
She graduated in Communication Design at the Politecnico di Milano in 2008. From the beginning she has oriented her research and production around multimedia design and the effects that these languages have on the body and space. She worked with Studio Azzurro where she realized editorial and multimedia graphic production for museums and exhibitions including “Fabrizio De André. The exhibition “,” Laboratory Museum of the Mind “,” Sensitive City – Expo Shanghai 2009 “.
She moved to Rome in 2011, she was founder and project manager of “Aye Aye. Interactive Experience “, with whom she carried out research on the narrative and communicative possibilities offered by multimedia language, creating for example the installation” Grande Cavallo Blu “(2014), Nerola – Interactive Memories, (2013 ) an exhibition dedicated to the memories of the village.
From 2013 to 2020 she worked at Museo Laboratorio della Mente ASL Roma 1 for the Educational Services, she organized cultural events and she curated exhibitions by national and international artists, including Jaswant Guzder, Canadian psychiatrist and artist, Sarah Bennett, artist English and Gea Casolaro, Italian artist.
She taught Multimedia Languages at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples.