a PhD student in Philosophy at the University of Milan in the PON doctoral program, working on the project Digital Devices and “In Vivo” Imaging. He graduated in Philosophical Sciences from the University of Milan with a thesis on synesthesia in contemporary art and digital technologies. His current research focuses on the aesthetic and performative experience in relation to visualization devices and the images they produce. His research interests span media theory, philosophy of image, and human-machine interactions.
Trained as a classical and contemporary dancer, he worked with several choreographers including Sharon Eyal, Daniel Ezralow, and Charles Jude.
He is responsible for dissemination of PIS-Performing Identities Studies research group activities, including managing the PIS website and social pages.