Alessandro Ludovico

From 1993 is the editor in chief of Neural, the Italian/English new media culture magazine.

He edited: in 1992 Virtual Reality Handbook, a VR guidebook; in 1995 Internet.Underground.Guide, an underground guide of the net with one of the first music compilation assembled via email; in 2000 Suoni Futuri Digitali (Future Digital Sounds), an in-depth research that chronicles the history of the innovations that have drastically changed how we produce and experience sounds. He's one of the founding members of the Nettime list, and one of the founding members of the Mag.Net (European Cultural Publishers) organization and of the European Peripheral Magazine list. Now he writes for Springerin (A), Mute (UK), (I) and RTSI (CH-Italian language Switzerland Radiotelevision). In 2001 he joined the n.a.m.e. (normal audio media environment) art group and developed Sonic Genoma, a computer/sound art installation. In the same year he organized the Liberation Technologies conference in Bari (I). From 2002 he's a collaborator of the Digitalkraft (D) exhibitions. He also conducts "Neural Station" a weekly radio show on electronic music and digital culture, and daily updates the Neural website.