I live in Milano, where i got my degree in Philosophy at Università Statale and enjoyed my passion for digital culture at the Master in Media Science and Technology at University of Pavia. In the ’00 I’ve been into media activism and political visual art for 10 years, working on precarity, social production, material and immaterial labor in creative and service industries.
I co-developed several projects in the context of the Italian and European post-1999 movement, such as Chainworkers.org, EuroMayDay.org, and the icon of Italian precarious laborers and their struggles, San Precario. In 2005, I was part of the initiators of Serpica Naro media hoax, the fictive fashion designer accepted to the official calendar of Milano Fashion Week. Since then, I’ve been developing the Serpica Naro Collective brand and its non-profit association with several events and initiatives. I’ve been earning my bread working for advertising agencies as copywriter, content manager and social media strategist.
NOW I’M BUSY ON
In the past 6 years I started getting interested in digital manufacturing especially regarding the way it could accelerate the process of spreading open-fashion, micro-social-enterprises and p2p economies. I’ve been exploring these topics co-founding two projects: Openwear and Wefab.it . I’ve finally started a Makerspace in Milan: it’s called WeMake.
Since February 2013 I joined Arduino team to give my contribution on digital strategy and special projects on wearables.
COME AND VISIT ME IN MILAN:
I WRITE ARTICLES FOR
Digicult – Enjoy digital culture
CheFuturo – Lunario dell’innovazione
Do u want to get in touch? Write me: Zoe Romano – info(at)dazoescope.com