Matteo Guidi is a visual artist and cultural anthropologist, with a diploma in Graphic Design (1998) and a degree in Cultural anthropology (University of Bologna, 2011). Since 2014 is professor of Sociology of Communication in the BA in Graphic design and Visual communication at ISIA of Urbino (Italy). He is member of A/A Network (Art and Anthropology Network) and member of CoMoDo (Communicates Multiply Duties). He is founder of Cooking in Maximum Security project. He is developing research projects framed within visual arts and cultural anthropology.
Based in Barcelona since 2014 he has participated in exhibitions and festivals, held talks and workshops in national contexts, such as Festival Loop, Escola Massana, Casa Asia, University of Barcelona, CaixaForum, La Capella, Homesession, Àngels Espai 2 gallery, Suñol foundation, Hangar, Santa Mònica Art Center, Design Museum and La Virreina Image Centre, Barcelona (E); AB9 gallery, Murcia (E); Valls Biennal (E); and internacional cotext such as Magasin Centre d’Art Contemporaine, Grenoble (F); Por Estos Dias, Medellin, Bienal Sur, Cucuta (CO); Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield (UK); CCE Centro Cultural de España, Montevideo (U); Free University of Bozen Bolzano (IT); Museum of modern Art of Cagliari (IT); Akademie der Künste der Welt, Colonia (D), ESAD School of Art and Design, Matosinho (P); Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Rome (I).