Leandro Pisano is a writer, curator and independent researcher whose interests deal with intersections between art, sound and technocultures. His specific field of study is the political ecology of rural, remote and marginal territories. He holds a PhD in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies of Anglophone World at Università di Napoli “L’Orientale” and he is director of Interferenze new arts festival.
He conducted presentations, conferences and workshops in different universities or during events related with new media aesthetics, design and sound in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay, China, Korea, Japan, India, Iceland, USA, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey.
He has written several essays about on sound art, ecology and politics of sound, collaborating with different magazines (Corriere della Sera – La Lettura, Blow-Up, Neural). He is author of the book “Nuove geografie del suono. Spazi e territori nell’epoca postdigitale”, published by Meltemi in Milan in 2017.