Plinio Mesciulam (Genoa, IT, 1926)
Plinio Mesciulam is an Italian artist, painter and sculptor and performer. From 1952 to 1954 he is part of the promoting committee of the MAC – Concrete Art Movement, developing research on the relationship between color-form-architectural space. In the same years he founded the Genoese movement group with local painters of abstract tendency. In 1976 he also started the “Mohammed Restricted Communication Center” project, a Net Art project focused on the invention of a worldwide communication circuit, documented with 1,300 copies kept at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles and of which an entire correspondence is kept at the MART of Trento.