Martina Raponi

Martina Raponi is an Italian writer and artist based in Amsterdam, researching noise and complexity.

Martina published a book on noise, «Strategie del Rumore. Interferenze tra Arte Filosofia e Underground» (Milano, Auditorium Ed., 2015). She is the co-founder of Noiserr, an interdisciplinary research group focused on sound, active since 2017 in Amsterdam (Butcher’s Tears) and Rotterdam (WORM). Together with artist [M] Dudeck, Martina founded the Ansible Institute, a transitory speculative fiction laboratory. She is board member of the RC51 on Sociocybernetics at the ISA, art theory tutor at the Willem de Kooning Academy, and member of the NRU (Noise Research Union). She is working on her second book in collaboration with the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam.

She presented her research and exhibited, performed, presented works, and facilitated workshops at STRP Festival, Eindhoven (NL); Sonsbeek, Arnhem (NL); WORM, Rotterdam (NL); Extrapool, Nijmegen (NL); MAXXI Museum, L’Aquila (IT); Live Arts Week, Bologna (IT); Unsound Festival, Krakow (PL); aqb, Budapest (HU); Zentrum für Netzkunst, Berlin (DE); westwerk./Hamburg Maschine, Hamburg (DE), Casa del Lago UNAM, Mexico City (MEX), among others.