Andrea Bonaceto (Pisa, 1989) is an Italian artist. He’s widely known for his art practice exploring the intersection between visual art, poetry and technology. Bonaceto does not have a formal artistic background. He studied Economics at University of Pisa and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and Finance at Imperial College London.


Involved in the blockchain space since the early days, he is among the founders at Eterna Capital, an investment firm focused on this technology. Nestled at the intersection of art and technology, his artworks are created independently or in collaboration with others such as the AI humanoid robot Sophia, with whom Bonaceto released works in 2021. Andrea was also commissioned by Corriere della Sera to interpret through an NFT the first page of the newspaper from 1969 announcing the Moon landing. 


His work has been featured in international venues and institutions globally such as Museo della Permanente (Milan, IT), CAFA Art Museum (Beijing, CN), Musée des Art Décoratifs (Paris, FRA), W1 Curates (London, UK), Christie’s (London, UK), Phillips (London, UK), Times Square (New York, USA), Dreamverse Gallery (New York, USA), Art in Space (Dubai, UAE), Decentral Art Pavilion (Venice, IT), among others. 


His artwork AB INFINITE 1, can update itself through user interactions on social networks. The piece was auctioned at Christie’s 20th/21st Century London Evening Sale on October 13, 2022, as the only digital work in the lot. Andrea latest artwork titled TEMPUS FUGIT was offered in a standalone auction at Phillips on 1-5 June, 2023. 


Through visual art, poetry and technology, Bonaceto aims at conveying an interactive as well as introspective experience for the audience, highlighting throughout the journey the improvements that Web3 can bring to society.