Giacomo Verde calls himself a “teknoartist”, while others call him an Artivist. He has been working in theatre and the visual arts since the 1970s. Since the 1980s he has produced works through the creative use of ‘low’ technology, such as video art, techno-performances, theatre shows, installations and learning workshops. He is the inventor of “tele-narration”, a technique also used for creating live-video-backdrops for concerts and poetry recitals. He was one of the first Italians to create interactive art works and net-art. He has worked with various different artistic teams as an author, actor, performer, musician, video-set designer and director. He lectures on video installation at the Fine Arts Academy of Carrara, on video-theatre at the Fine Arts Academy of Macerata, and holds digital art workshops for the University of Rome III. Reflecting on and playfully experimenting with the latest techno-anthropo-logical developments underway and building bridges between different art genres is a constant with Verde.