Corrado Morgana

Corrado Morgana

Mr

20062006

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Personal profile

Experience

Corrado Morgana is an artist, electronic musician, curator and educator. He is currently Academic Manager for Games at University of South Wales following Course leadership of BA Computer Games Design. He has taught at various national and international institutions for over 18 years running both practical and theoretical strands.

He has previously researched arts and videogames crossover practice, specifically transgressive and subversive production within existing game engines. Alongside HTTP/Furtherfield.org, an international media arts collective, he has co-curated ‘Zero Gamer’ and ‘Game-Play’, national touring exhibitions which explore game spectatorship and independent and experimental production. He has been involved in various large scale collaborative projects. These include Node.London a practical framework for media arts whose March 2006 season presented over 140 media arts events within London and also Open Congress at Tate which mapped free, libre and open source strategies onto general cultural production. He has produced video work, collaborative online projects and performed live electronica at various international venues, has dabbled in virtual reality research and has taught extensively about online practice. He has worked in a variety of digital guises from web developer to computer salesman. Most importantly he is an incorrigible gamer.

Education/Academic qualification

PGCertHE, University of the Arts London

Award Date: 10 Oct 2005

MA Fine Art (Media), University of the Arts London

Award Date: 20 Oct 1995

BA (Hons.) Fine Art (Sound and Image), Bath College of Higher Education

Award Date: 21 Oct 1993

External positions

External Examiner, Teeside University

1 May 201731 Dec 2021

External Examiner, Abertay University

1 May 201031 Dec 2015

  • Critical Gaming

    Morgana, C., 10 Oct 2006, Game/Play exhibition catalogue.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingForeword/postscript