Lisa Parola, graduated in History of Modern Art from the University of Turin. She is the co-author of publications and research works, particularly on the themes related to cultural politics, the contemporary art system, public space and territory. Is a founding member of the curatorial independent project a.titolo. Between 2007 and 2014 she taught on the Master in Management, Marketing and Multimedia of Cultural Heritage and Activities in Corep (Politecnico, Turin). She was a contributor to the “La Stampa” daily newspaper as a contemporary art journalist until 2010. In 2013 she was appointed cultural mediator for the project Matera European Capital of Culture and performed planning and programming activities as part of this role. Since 2016 to 2019 she was the director of the artistic program for Fondazione Sardi per l’Arte and she collaborated with important institutions as the University of Turin, Merz Foundation, Gam Palermo and independent space. In 2020 she is the curator of the international stage for Cosimo Veneziano’s Biomega art project, winner of the Italian Council 2019 promoted by the Italian Ministry of Culture and presented in Kiev with the M17 Foundation and the independent space Radius. Actually she is collaborating with Quartz Studio.