Silvio Lorusso is a Rotterdam-based artist, designer and writer. He writes about the relationship between entrepreneurship and precarity, i.e. entreprecariat. His work was presented at Re:Publica and Transmediale in Berlin, MaXXI in Rome, Drugo More (Croatia), Kunsthalle Wien, Vögele Kultur Zentrum (Switzerland), NRW-Forum in Dusseldorf, MoneyLab (Netherlands), Impakt (Netherlands), Sight & Sound (Canada), Adhocracy (Greece) and Biennale Architettura in Venice. He holds a Ph.D. in Design Sciences from the School of Doctorate Studies – Iuav University of Venice. His writing has appeared in several magazine and publications, including Not, Immaterial Labour Union Zine, Prismo, Modes of Criticism, Printed Web 3, Metropolis M, Progetto Grafico, Digicult, Diid, and Doppiozero. He is an affiliated researcher at the Institute of Network Cultures of Amsterdam and works as a mentor at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences’ PublishingLab. His work has been featured in, among others, The Guardian, The Financial Times, and Wired. Since 2013, he manages the Post-Digital Publishing Archive (p-dpa.net). He lectured at Royal College of Art in London, Sandberg Instituut and Royal Academy of Art in Amsterdam; Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, École de recherche graphique in Brussels, Coventry University (UK).