Lucia Farinati (IT/UK) is a researcher, curator and activist. She studied at the curatorial program of Goldsmiths College, London and History of Art and Aesthetics at the University of Trento, Italy. In 2007, she established Sound Threshold, an interdisciplinary curatorial project exploring the relationships between site, sound and text. Since 2010, she has been also working with the Precarious Workers Brigade collective, expanding her interest in sound from the curating of site-specific projects to the analysis of voice and listening as a political practice. She is the co-author with Claudia Firth of “The Force of Listening”, Errant Bodies Press, 2017. Lucia is currently working on a research project on audio arts in collaboration with Tate Archive, as part of her PhD at Kingston University, London.