Alessandro Ronchi was born in Monza in 1982 and still lives in Lombardy. He is involved with culture in the round and with cinema and the visual arts in particular. He has worked with a number of magazines and reviews, including Domus, Esquire, Icon Design, Artribune, Exibart and Gli Spietati and the literary column in Yanez magazine. He also works with art galleries, festivals, gatherings and educational institutions. He is co-author of Confine (Delicious Editions), a collective narrative about the refugee camp set up in Como in the summer of 2016. He is working on an essay on Arthur Rimbaud and the experiences of Western contestation and negation from the inside.