For many years I work as a text editor for a literature festival based in Mantova (Italy), my hometown. After graduating in contemporary art history at Venice university, I went to Barcelona, where I had the chance to work for several art galleries and for a local web magazine focused on contemporary culture and fashion. Since november 2010, I am part of the editorial board of the dutch blog The Pop Up City, where I develop my researches on urban interventions, ephemeral architecture in public contexts, green design or pop up activities that grow in our cities. Besides, I have a personal blog, The G. Canyon in a Crack, where I investigate about suchlike topics, but with a special attention on the relationship between public space and nature. Now I moved to Amsterdam to work for Mediamatic, where I am part of the Aquaponics project team.