Lorenzo Pezzani is a researcher based in London. His work focuses on the spatial politics and visual cultures of migration, human rights and media. After having studied architecture and worked as assistant curator for Manifesta7, he engaged in 2008 in the activities of the Centre for Research Architecture (Goldsmiths, University of London) where he obtained an MA and where he is currently PhD candidate. In 2010 he was a resident at the Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency in Bethlehem and he is now a research fellow in the ERC project “Forensic Oceanography” and a contributor to the on-going body of work “Model Court”. His practice-based research projects, moving across diverse disciplines and media, have been presented in exhibitions and talks at, among others, the 4th International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam (2009), Tate Modern (2010) and Chisenhale Gallery (2011) in London, Henie Onstad Art Centre in Oslo (2011) and HEAD in Geneva (2012).