Luigi Viola, multimedia artist and teacher of painting at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and Venice, graduated in Literature at the University of Padua. He is the co-founder of various art magazines: «Informazione Arti Visive» and «Qnst» in Venice, «Creativa» in Genoa, «Artivisive» in Rome. He is currently the editorial director of «Finnegans». He was a pioneer of video art in Italy. He started in the early seventies with visual writing, performance and video, used according to a personal lyrical and narrative interpretation. In the mid-seventies he turned his attention to painting, but photography was in any case a constant modus operandi. With a flexible approach to different media, he has directed his research on the themes of memory, travel and the landscape as places of discovery of the sacred. Over the past twenty years she has placed the Jewish spiritual and cultural dimension at the poetic center of his work. His video works can be found in the Lux archives (London), Fondazione Cini, ex Galleria del Cavallino (Venice), M.o.M.A. (New York), Art Metropole (Toronto) and A.S.A.C. (Venice). He was invited to the Rome Quadriennale in 1975 and participated in the Venice Biennale in 1993 (Insulae & Insulae).