Lorenzo Benedetti studied Art history at the University 'La Sapienza' in Rome and attended the 'Curatorial Training Programme' at De Appel Foundation in Amsterdam. Since the late nineties he has curated several exhibitions with emphasis on architecture and urbanism. In 2005 he founded the Sound Art Museum in Rome, a space dedicated to sound in visual art. Benedetti has been the director of the art centre Volume! in Rome (2002-06) and a curator at the Museum Marta Herford, in Herford, Germany (2006-08). He is guest curator at the Fondazione Pastificio Cerere in Rome and La Kunsthalle in Mulhouse, France. His recent projects include 'Eurasia, Geographic Cross-over in Art', Mart, Rovereto, Italy; 'Cabinet of Imagination', Netwerk, Aalst, Belgium; 'Der eigene Weg, Perpektiven Belgischen Kunst', MMK Kuppersmuhle, Duisburg, Germany; 'La Notte and The Garden of the Forking Paths', La Kunsthalle, Mulhouse, France.