Bambozzi is an artist and new media researcher. His works include video, installation, audiovisual performance and interactive projects that explore issues related to image recording and manipulation devices. He obtained his master’s degree in Philosophy from the School of Computing, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, 2006, he is currently a PhD student at the College of Architecture and Urban Design (FAU-USP), São Paulo, and he is a professor at the Visual Arts course at FAAP, also in São Paulo. He is dedicated to critical exploration of new independent media formats with emphasis on projects that involve information fields in public spaces. Through a continuous experimentation with various languages, his works portray the paradoxes and antagonisms of every day private life in the urban context, often offering a sort of audiovisual poetry of what’s ordinary. His works have been shown in various national and international festivals and exhibitions, such as Videoakt Bienal Internacional de Videoarte, Barcelona, Spain (2013); Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2012); Zero1 Biennial, San Jose, USA (2012); Alternative Now: WRO Media Art Biennale, Wroclaw, Poland (2011); Emoção Art.Ficial, Itaú Cultural, São Paulo (2004 and 2008); 25th São Paulo Biennial (2002); Museum of Modern Art: Experimentos Tropicais, New York, USA (1999); World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam, Holland (1997, 2000 and 2001). He was a resident artist at CAiiA-STAR Centre/i-DAT, Planetary Collegium, Plymouth. He was awarded at the Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria (2010). He lives and works in São Paulo.