Stefano di Buduo

Stefano Di Buduo is a German-Italian video artist, documentary filmmaker and photographer. After studying “Arts and Sciences of the Digital Performance” at the Università La Sapienza in Rome, where he also founded the multimedia company AESOPSTUDIO in 2008, his projects have taken him to France, Portugal, Denmark, Poland, Argentina, Brazil, USA, China, India, Iran and time and again to Germany and Italy. From 2005 he was engaged for many years as multimedia artist for the urban space project “Città Invisibili” (Invisible Cities) of the Italian Teatro Potlach, with guest performances in many cities in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

In 2009 Di Buduo created the virtual underwater world for the award-winning play “20,000 Miles Under the Sea” (after Jules Verne/Teatro Potlach). This was followed by video installations and video mappings in the context of international festivals and events such as “Vision of Odin” in Holstebro/Denmark, “Incubatio” in the Museo Nazionale Svevo of Manfredonia/Italy and the video mapping at the metro station Battistini in Rome.

He has a continuous cooperation with the directors Donald Berkenhoff, Yael Ronen and Brit Bartkowiak as well as with the outfitter and director Wolfgang Menardi. Most recently he has worked at the Thalia Theater Hamburg, the Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus, the Berliner Ensemble, the Munich Kammerspiele, the Stadttheater Ingolstadt and the Schauspiel Hannover.