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Lucia Farinati (Italy/UK) is an independent curator based in London and the Director of Sound Threshold, an interdisciplinary curatorial project that explores the relationships between site, sound and text. She studied on the Curatorial Programme at Goldsmiths College, London, and History of Art and Aesthetics at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Trento, Italy. She has collaborated with many sonic art projects and radio initiatives including bip bop, Errant Bodies/Dirty Ear Forum, Audio Arts, Resonance 104.4 FM, Sound Proof 5, Institution of Rot, Radio Papesse and Radio Arte Mobile. She co-edited with Daniela Cascella, Transmission, a book commissioned by Sound and Music for the 8th edition of the Cut & Splice Festival, London, 2010. She is currently working on a choral reading of the book Autoritratto, by art historian and feminist Carla Lonzi, a project twinned with the exhibition Autoritratti. Iscrizioni del femminile nell’arte italiana contemporanea (MAMbo, 12 May-1 September 2013). With Claudia Firth she is currently researching and writing The Force of Listening, a book on the role of listening in contemporary conjunctions between art and activism. This will be published by Errant Bodies Press, as part of their Doormats series in 2014.

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