PhD Candidate University of Florence Italy Cultural Heritage
Born in 1991, Giovanni Pescarmona obtained his MA in History of Art in 2018 at the University of Florence, where he is now a PhD candidate. His research interests lie in the field of innovative digital technologies for the enhancement and the enjoyment of the Cultural Heritage. In 2019, he has been a visiting student and lecturer at the History of Art department of the University of Cambridge. In addition to his academic work, he is also an advisor for cultural institutions and manages the production of digital experiences - such as Augmented Reality apps - for museums (Museums of Fiesole; Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; Opera di Santa Croce, Florence).