Design, Science, and Humanities
Dario is an SNSF fellow working at the Harvard Metalab, “an idea foundry, knowledge-design lab, and production studio experimenting in the networked arts and humanities”.
His research is at the intersection of science and humanities through the practice of design. He is a member of the Digital Humanities community, which is familiar to his visualizations since DH2014.
His interests include the visual representation of individuals and communities with respect to aesthetics, ethics, and self-recognition
His visual studies examine the social dynamics through the innovation of organizational charts, and the analysis of scientific communities at small and large scales.
Dario is a proud finalist of ADI Compasso d’Oro Award 2020 as part of the team An Inquiry into Modes of Existence / Reset Modernity!
Worldwide Map of Research
From Data to Wisdom
Designing the Part-Whole Self
HUGSA Virtual Conference: Designing the Self (2020)
Introduction to Data Visualization
Berkman Klein Center of Internet & Society (2020)
Academic Mapping of Human Dynamics
Massachusetts Intitute of Technology (2020)
Computational Literacy for Graphic Design
Université du Québec à Montréal (2020)
Digital Habitus or Personalization Without Personality
HUMANA.MENTE Journal of Philosophical Studies (2020)
Mapping as a Contemporary Instrument for Orientation in Conferences
Proceedings of IX Conference AIUCD (2020)
The Hermeneutic Circle of Data Visualization
Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology (2020)
Self-Recognition in Data Visualization
Printing Walkable Visualizations
Transimage Conference (2018)
Mapping Affinities in Academic Organizations
Frontiers Journal (2018)
The Analogous City, the Map
EPFL Archizoom Press (2015)
“Alongside Daniele [Guido] and Donato [Ricci], Dario is part of the ‘Little Italy’ that has set up shop in the AIME offices. Apart from sharing his enthusiasm and insatiable curiosity, Dario has brought along ten years experience in designing digital interfaces. With the others on the team, he has given life and form to the daring insights of both himself and his compatriots.”
— Bruno Latour, Paris 2013