Michael D'Este
b. 1993, Venice
Lives and works in Manchester, UK

Michael D'Este is a researcher, writer and photographer.

His work focuses on societies and the natural and urban spaces which they shape, vernacular history and architecture, and the evolving role of writing, reading and image-production in social practice

He has presented research on critical urbanism, cultural theory and historical materialist aesthetics at the symposiums of the University of Central Lancashire’s In Certain Places project and the University of York’s White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities, and has contributed editorial and critical work to online and offline publications, including Phenomenological Reviews and Corridor8.

For more information or if you would just like to say hello, contact him on the above e-mail address.

M.A. Modern and Contemporary Literature, University of Manchester, 2018 – 2019
B.A. (Hons) Philosophy, University of Central Lancashire 2014 – 2018