He uses various media to explore these and related issues; electronic, digital and biological. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including ISEA, Istanbul, 2011; Biennial of Electronic Arts Perth (BEAP) 2004; Ars Electronica 2004, Linz; the Melbourne International Film Festival 2001; and showcased at the Architectural Biennial in Beijing 2004 and in 'Australian Screen Culture', at the Barbican in London 2004 and Centre Pompidou in 2003.
Recent works and exhibitions include; Travelogue: a recording of minute expressions (2011), ISEA2011, Istanbul, Turkey; A Stilled Life (2011), ncode Exhibition, Monash Art & Design gallery, Melbourne, Australia, Intractable (2010), InsideOut Exhibition, Object Gallery, Sydney and DMU Cube Gallery Leicester, England; Documentary nShape (2009) at Guilford Lane Gallery in Melbourne; and Laboratories of thought (2007) Trocadero ArtSpace, Footscray.
Guglielmetti has recently completed his PhD researching the relationship between film, cinema and artificial life.
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