Maria Orciuoli is an artist living and working between Berlin and Linz. Dubbing her practice ‘constructive pastiche,’ she navigates the fields of filmmaking, speculative design, and creative coding, often engaging with themes of perception, consumer culture, and technology’s influence on human subjectivity.
Maria graduated in Economics (2011) and International Management Studies (2013) while living in Rome, Lisbon, Paris, and Berlin. Since 2021, she has been a MA student at the Interface Cultures department of the University of Art & Design in Linz.
In a parallel universe, she runs KO-HUM, a communications agency promoting artists and cultural producers working in music and performing arts.
01.04.23 - 30.07.23 @ Digital Nature Group - Yoichi Ochiai's Lab at Tsukuba University, Japan
01.06.22 - 30.09.22 @ Das Weisse Haus' dwhX.space, Vienna, Austria
07.09.22 - 11.09.22 'RZ Piscium is an Insatiable Eater of Worlds' @ Ars Electronica Festival - Welcome to Planet B, Linz (AT)
03.07.22 - 30.09.22 'Underwater Lillies', Interface Cultures @ Kunsthalle Linz (AT)
17.12.21 'The Politics of Picking a Pope', Sankt Interface @ Interface Cultures (Online Lecture & Exhibition)
CLOT Magazine (UK), words by Juliette Wallace (2022)
Utopian Adverts United on Movement Radio (GR), presented by Daphne X (2021)