Creative coder, multimedia artist, and educator, Roberto Fazio creates work that investigates human-machine communication and interaction.
Roberto Fazio teaches Interactive Design at SACI. He has created many interactive installations for cultural events and international institutions, and heads an interaction design studio that provides digital solutions for numerous companies and clients, including Nike, Ralph Lauren, BMW, Heineken, Asus, Hugo Boss & McLaren, Ferretti Yacht, Bridgestone, Bacardi, Ferrari, Triennale di Milano, and many more. He has taught Interaction and Multimedia Design, Generative Design, and Creative Coding at IED Istituto Europea di Design in Florence, Università Iuav di Venezia, and the Universidad Autónoma de Occidente Cali in Colombia. A strong advocate and investigator of new technologies, he frequently lectures and organizes workshops on interactivity and coding.
My work investigates relationships among nature, art, and technology. Human/machine interaction and artificial vision fascinate me. I use computational approaches to create art and design work drawn from the inspiration I find in physical phenomena. When teaching, I train and encourage students to utilize open-source software to explore the expressive potential of creative coding, generative design, and computational design.