Luca Carboni begun his higher education in Rome, where he obtained a degree in industrial design at the Sapienza University. During those years, he was active in the student movement opposing the Bologna process, and was an active participant in the grass root scene of the city. In those years he developed a political commitment that he carried along in his further studies: he continued his education with a BA degree in graphic design, that he obtained at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, where his efforts were directed towards developing the editorial, contextual and visual skills necessary to speak up about issues of inequality, invisibility and globalization, knowing that acquiring the skills of design was a way to learn the tools of a visual advocate.
In his further studies, he obtained a MA degree from the Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem, where he dedicated his time to define his political commitment via means of a research based artistic practice. His efforts have the clear goal of contributing to progressive political struggles with a care for inclusiveness and accessibility of discourse, resorting to writings as much as tools of visual communication.
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