Alessandro Carboni (MA, London; PhD, Hong Kong) is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher whose projects explore the complex relationships between body, urban space and cartography through performance practices and and visual art. His works are mappings that represent places that reshapes and weaves according to different stages stimulated by specific urban contingencies. The materials and collected data, produced during the long periods of work in selected urban areas, are accumulated in an archive that is transformed into visual works, choreographies and body performance. Alessandro Carboni’s projects have been displayed, performed and situated in many countries across the world as Cattle Depot Artist Village, Hong Kong; Media Architecture Biennale, Godsbanen, Aarhus; Position Gallery, OCT, Shenzhen; SoundPocket, Hong Kong; Biennale International Architecture Exhibition Venice, Hong Kong Pavilion, Venezia; Bi-City Hong Kong/Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture; Did Studio, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano; Performing Art Centre, Kuala Lumpur; Fabbrica Europa, Florence; Osage Gallery, Singapore; DOX centre for contemporary art, Praga; Auditorium Parco della Musica, Roma; Hong Kong ArtCentre, McAlauy, Studio, Hong Kong; Santarcangelo Festival of the Arts; Guangzhou Song & Dance Theatre, Guangzhou; NDSM Werf Noord, Amsterdam; BWA Gallery, Zielona Gora; Bamboo Curtain Studio, Taipei. As a committed teacher, he has been lecturing about his findings at numerous distinguished academic and nonacademic institutions as School of Architecture di Hong Kong; School of Performance, University of Kerala, Trichur, India; Central Saint Martin’s University of Art Londra; NABA, Milan; S.T.E.I.M, Amsterdam; Mediadanse – Département Danse de l’Université Paris-VIII; NewSchool University, New York; Dept.Architecture Tamkang University, Taipei; Master di Alta Formazione sull’Immagine Contemporanea, Fondazione Fotografia, Modena; IRESA, Sousse University – Tunisi; Participatory IT, University of Aarhus; Medea, University of Malmö; Uniarts, Stockholm; AE_adaptive environments research group/IT University of Copenhagen. He holds a PhD in Creative Media from City University of Hong Kong. Based in Sardinia, he is currently working as an independent artist.