Eleonora Roaro (b. 1989) holds a BA in Photography (IED, Milan), an MA in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies (NABA, Milan), and an MA in Contemporary Art Practice (Plymouth University, Plymouth). Her research focuses on moving images, archival practices, the archaeology of the cinema, and cinema memories. A participant in various residency programmes throughout Italy, her work has been shown in galleries and museums across Europe. She worked on the research project “VR and AR in the Valorisation of Cultural and Art Heritage” during a fellowship at the University of Udine in 2019. Roaro’s Sensing Dolce Vita: An Experiment in VR Storytelling was named the winning project of the MISTI Global Seed Fund from MIT (Boston) and the Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region.