Nicola joined the Center for Human-Computer Interaction as a Research Fellow in July 2018.
He holds a Master of Arts in Arts and Design, from the department of Interaction Design in Graz, and a Bachelor in Design at the University of Sassari. In 2015, Nicola founded a collective for interactive media art, together with an international team, where he worked as a Interaction Design Artist. He constantly follows purposeful connections between ideas and concrete contexts, believing in step by step learning, availing interactions amongst humans, arts and sciences.
Currently Nicola focuses his research on the connotation between human and digital/analog artefacts in order to make people interconnected, and present.
“If people were neurons, interaction would be their synapsis.”