Leonardo Caffo (Catania, 1988) is a philosopher, writer, and curator whose work centers around applied and theoretical topics relating to human animal studies, posthumanity, contemporary art and architecture, and identity. He has been researcher at University of Torino and professor of philosophy at Politecnico di Torino as well as curator and the director of public program at the Museum La Triennale of Milano and as Philosopher in Residency at the Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art. He is currently Professor of Philosophy of Art, Media, Fashion and Design at NABA Milano and Member of Comitato di Indirizzo at MAXXI Museum in Roma. He also Adjunct Professor of Ecology of Fashion and Design at IULM in Milano and he writes for Corriere della Sera and he often works as a Creative Director for special projects (fashion, magazines, cinema, companies, etc.) and was the creative director of Walden Milano. He is currently director of Politi Seganfreddo Edizioni / Flash Art Books. He has written about twenty books translated into many languages. Among the latest books: A come Animale (Bompiani, 2105), An Art for the other (Lantern, 2015), La vita di ogni giorno (Einaudi, 2016), Fragile umanità (Einaudi, 2017), Vegan (Einaudi, 2018), Costruire Futuri (Bompiani, 2018), Quattro Capanne (nottetempo, 2020), Il cane e il filosofo (Mondadori, 2020), Essere Giovani (Ponte alle Grazie, 2021), La montagna di fuoco (Ponte alle Grazie, 2022), velocità di fuga (einaudi, 2022).