PhD candidate Marco Cesario
Laboratoire GERPHAU, (ENSA - Université Paris VIII) France
Marco Cesario is a PHD candidate in Philosophy at Laboratoire GERPHAU attached to ENSA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris La Villette) and to the Doctoral School of the University of Paris VIII. After having achieved a degree in philosophy at University of Napoli Federico II, Marco Cesario achieved a Master in Philosophy at Sorbonne University (Paris IV) on Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology. In the last years, he has been working on the connections between phenomenology and architecture (architectural elements and space, motility, philosophy of architecture). The 9th September 2009 he spoke at the international conference Flesh and Space: Intertwining Merleau-Ponty and architecture, held at Mississipi State University - School of Architecture where he presented his paper: Architecture, Dance and Time: phenomenological implications of human motility. On November 2010 he presented the paper The digital superstructure of the city at the age of global information processes", co-written with Lena Hopsch, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden at the International conference AmberConference 2010 held at Istanbul Modern (Istanbul, Turkey). He is also a professional journalist. He worked for the major Italian press agency ANSA and collaborates as a reporter from Paris for different newspapers, reviews and magazines.