Nicola Di Croce is an architect, sound artist, and PhD in Regional Planning and Public Policies at the University of Venice. Di Croce's research focusses on marginal sonic environments and everyday practices. He has been a visiting doctoral student at Recomposing the City Research Centre, Belfast Queen’s University, and at CRESSON, Grenoble University. Di Croce is the curator of the Italian Soundscape Archive collective (Archivio Italiano Paesaggi Sonori) and an active researcher within the fields of sonic studies and urban planning. His most recent publication is the essay “Geografie sonore,” published by Linaria Edizioni, Rome 2016.