Kamilia Kard is an artist and scholar. Her research explores how hyper-connectivity and new forms of online communication have modified and influenced the perception of the human body, as well as our gestures, feelings and emotions. Her practice spans from digital paintings to websites, from video installations to 3D printed sculptures, from animated gifs to interactive virtual environments. Her work has been exhibited internationally in museums, galleries, public spaces and online venues. Highlights include: Careof, Milan (2021); Marséll, Milan (2021); Museo Pino Pascali, Polignano a Mare (2021); Galerie Odile Ouizeman, Paris (2020); Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris (2020); Dimora Artica, Milan (2020); Olomouc Museum of Art (2020); Metronom, Modena (2018, 2019 and 2020); EP7, Paris (2019); Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2018); iMAL, Brussels (2018); Digitalive @ REF, Rome (2018); Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland (2017); Triennale di Milano (2017); Centro Cultural São Paulo (2017); La Quadriennale di Roma (2016); Ludwig Museum, Budapest (2015); Hypersalon, Miami (2015); The Wrong Biennal, online (2014); Museo del Novecento, Milan (2013). She edited the book "Alpha Plus. Anthology of Digital Art" (Editorial Vortex 2017) and as author she wrote "Arte e Social Media. Generatori di Sentimenti" (Postmediabooks, 2022). She often lectured about her artistic practice and research. As a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities at the University of Genoa, she participated in the Machine Feeling conference (Transmediale and Cambridge University) and she was a Visiting Fellow at EnsadLab, Paris. She teaches Multimedia Communication and New Media Art Aesthetic in Milan, Italy.