Works done as N!03 [ennezerotre]
NEO was founded by Fabia Molteni, Cinzia Rizzo, and Franco Rolle. The acronym NEO synthesizes the essence of our research and projects in designing and creating narrative environments. Our work is particularly focused in the area of multimedia exhibitions and museums, but is open to any context involving the communication of a place. Designing narrative environments means creating stories that simultaneously involve a physical space and the present time, the here and now, providing an intrinsic philosophical value to the direct experience.
As we often design museum exhibits, another fundamental element of our work is to ensure the longevity and value of the experience and of all its structural elements, from the technology, to remaining relevant among new trends, and to the ability to update the technology and the content.
In the current environment, strongly characterized by intangible experiences and the instant availability of all knowledge, rethinking the concept of a direct experience, shared at the same time by the mind and the body, is a challenge that particularly inspires us.
NEO awards: Premio Compasso d’Oro 2020, German Design Award 2020, IDA International Design Award 2015, Silver Prize, Red Dot, Grand Prix Award, 2013, Premio Compasso d’Oro 2011
Born in Milan, she graduated in 1990 at the I.T.S.O.S. Visual Communication experimental Institute.
From 1989 to 2004 she works extensively with Studio Azzurro, as video-editor on documentaries, synchronized multi-screen project and video-installation projects for theatre shows and multimedia exhibitions. In addition to her competence in the use of a number of different editing software systems she also specialised in special effects software.
On behalf of Studio Azzurro she has held seminars and courses on video editing and video-installation design and production: in Palermo (Cantieri Culturali alla Zisa, 2001), in Salzburg (Internazionale Sommerakademie fur Bildende Kunst, 2002), in Milan (Civica Scuola del Cinema, 2003).
In 2003 she was one of the founding members of N!03 [ennezerotre] in Milan, which in 2016 changed its name to NEO [Narrative Environments Operas]. She works in video editing and she’s responsible for content planning and development.
Born in Genoa, she graduated in Painting from the Art Accademy of Brera with Luciano Fabro. She has shown her work in many personal and collective exhibitions.
Since 1987 she began to collaborate extensively with Studio Azzurro, on video program conception and direction, production of promotional and educational documentaries, video-installations for exhibitions and theatrical events as well as designing multimedia museum installations.
At the same time she has continued working on her own personal research into multimedia design and video production particularly for exhibitions and theatre productions.
From 2007 to 2012, she worked as a design teacher for the Video Design Course at IED (European Institute of Design) of Milan.
Since 2003 she’s been a founding member of N!03 [ennezerotre], where she’s in charge of content devising, planning, direction, and development, with a view to designing multimedia spaces that are interactive and engaging.
Since 2016, together with NEO [Narrative Environments Operas], she’s been extending her research on conveying narration in exhibiting spaces. Among her theoretical contributions, it is worth mentioning the participation in the First International Convention of Museology: “Museum.DIÀ, Politiche, poetiche e proposte per una narrazione museale (Museum.DIÀ, Polics, poetries and proposals for a museum narrative)”.
Born in Turin, he graduated in Architecture from the Turin Polytechnic.
In 1998 he spent a semester at the Pratt Institute “School of Architecture” in New York and attended specialist courses in “High Tech Architecture” in Bath/London. In the same year he set up the group “Atelier Nomade” in Turin.
In 1999 he attended the “Sommerakademie” art school in Salzburg and in 2001 obtained a master’s degree in “e-design” from the Milan Polytechnic.
In 2000 he took part in the “B.I.G. Torino” biennale, a biennial show of emerging artists, presenting his work in the communication, new media and metropolitan art section.
Since 1998 he has been a member of the G.A.I. (young Italian artists) showing his electronic art works (body scanning) and video installations in the digital art section.
Between 2001 and 2003 he worked for Studio Azzurro in Milan.
Since 2001 he’s been a teacher and lecturer at the IED Master, at the Polytechnic University of Milan and at the Central Saint Martins of London.
In 2003 he was one of the founding members of N!03 [ennezerotre] which in 2016 changed its name to NEO [Narrative Environments Operas], where he works as a concept, space, and media designer.
Valentina Ajello traduzioni; Rosaly Alessio grafica; Federico Ambrosi fotografia; Francesco Apuzzo allestimento tecnico; Riccardo Apuzzo riprese; Roberto Argenti architetto; Enrico Ascoli audio; Alberto Astorri attore; Antonio Augugliaro montaggio e postproduzione; Alessio Balza riprese; Luciano Baragiola architetto; Roberto Barbierato riprese; Giuseppe Baresi riprese; Maura Beretta direttore di produzione; Armando Bertacchi direttore fotografia; Emanuele Bianchi web developer; Federico Bonaconza attore; Vinicio Bordin montaggio e postproduzione; Giacomo Boschi motion graphic, Giovanna Bozzolo attrice; Renato Bragadini allestimento scenografico; Valentina Branchetti montaggio e postproduzione; Marco Cacciola attore; Ivan Citelli fotografia; Francesco Colella attore; Mara Colombo montaggio e postproduzione; Giuliano Corti sceneggiatura; Nunzio D’Amelio montaggio e postproduzione; Francesco Di Biasio assistenza sistemi interattivi; Valentina Di Liddo direttore di produzione; Dario Donati animazioni grafiche; Katia Fai montaggio e postproduzione; Marco Fracasso audio; Alessandro Gallo grafica; Toni Garbini attore; Laura Gatta montaggio e postproduzione; Dario Gavezotti sviluppo hardware e software; Stefano Guarinoni sviluppo hardware e software; Nicholas Hunt traduzioni; Lucio Lapietra animazioni grafiche; Angelo Linzalata scenografie; Emanuele Lomello coordinamento tecnico; Alessandro Lucchini montaggio e postproduzione; Giorgia Lupi architetto; Francesco Lupi Timini montaggio e postproduzione; Pierluigi Maffei montaggio e postproduzione; Alberto Modignani audio; Camila Pansonato, designer; Eleonora Parrello danzatrice-attrice; Virginie Paumier traduzioni; Lorenzo Picchi web developer; Marco Pieri fotografo; Stefano Piermatteo allestimento tecnico; Petra Pocanic animazioni grafiche; Diego Quagliarella allestimento tecnico; Orf Quarenghi software; Antonello Raggi audio; Assunta Ranieri truccatrice; Gabriel Rapetti elettronica; Diana Rosioru designer; Federica Rossi produzione; Maria Samez costumi; Davor Sanvincenti montaggio e postproduzione; Elisa Seravalli montaggio e postproduzione; Clara Simonetti architetto; Stefano Slocovich riprese; Paolo Solcia software; Anna Tadini grafica; Stefano Rino Tagliafierro montaggio e postproduzione; Chiara Toloni scenografie; Giulia Trapanotti montaggio e postproduzione; Francesca Valadè grafica; Stefano Vellano architetto; Pamela Visconti montaggio e postproduzione; Jens Wiemann animazioni grafiche; 235Media audio video; Acuson audio video; Allestimenti Benfenati allestimento scenografico; Artinbox allestimento scenografico; Bodino allestimento scenografico; Eletech audio video; Engineering Associates sistemi informatici; Fabbricanti d’immagine allestimento grafico