Mauro Petruzziello’s work focuses on the intersection of performing arts, sound and new languages. With a PhD in Music and Performing Arts at the DASS department of Università La Sapienza in Rome, he has been adjunct professor for the History of Theatre and Performing Arts course at the Università della Tuscia in Viterbo. In addition to a number of articles in academic journals, he has published «Perché di te farò un canto». Pratiche ed estetiche della vocalità nel teatro di Jerzy Grotowski, Living Theatre e Peter Brook (Bulzoni, 2018). He has worked alongside several theatre groups of the new Italian scene of the ’00s, curating Iperscene (Editoria & Spettacolo, 2007) and Aksè. Vocabolario per una comunità teatrale (L’arboreto edizioni, 2012). He is on the editorial board of “Sciami Ricerche”. He is a member of Gruppo Acusma, a collective of scholars and artists whose research is centered on sound dramaturgy in the theater and video fields. He has collaborated with various publications, including “La Repubblica XL”, “Rockstar”, “Alfabeta”, “EPolis”, “Artribune”.