School of Arts and Cultures

Staff Profiles

Dr Gabi Arrigoni

Research Associate

Background

I am a researcher with expertise in Digital Heritage, Digital Culture and New Media Art. My practice-based approach often involves design-led methodologies and curatorship.


I am a Research Associate on the EU-funded project Critical Heritages (CoHERE): performing and representing identities in Europe in which I investigate the role of digitally-enabled conversations in constructing heritage identities in Europe.


I have a background in Heritage Studies, Art History and Art Curatorship and previous professional experience in the museum and art publishing sectors.


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Research

My current research interests focus on the impact of digital culture and emerging technologies on heritage practices. In my work I combine desk-based and practice-based methods. The latter include curatorial and participatory formats such as design-led workshops, exhibitions, engagement activities, symposia and platforms of co-creation. 

Teaching

I lead the module Digital Cultural Communication and the Cultural Sector.

In the past I have contributed lectures and seminars to the Masters courses in Creative Arts Practice and in Museums and Galleries Studies. 

Publications