Claudio Gnessi is the supervisor of Ecomuseo Casilino project. He is graduated in history and critics of cinema, at Sapienza University of Rome, and he has a passion for anthropology, religions and contemporary history. He is creative designer, art director and president of Association for Ecomuseo Casilino Ad Duas Lauros, since 2014.
He coordinates the participatory laboratory named Cantiere Impero, that contributed to the reopening of ex Cinema Impero in via Acqua Bullicante, closed for forty years. In 2015 he conceived and coordinated Sangalli Community Value project, that made at work twenty unemployed for rehabilitation of Sangalli park, in Tor Pignattara neighbourhood.
Moreover, he is co-founder of Karawan Fest, festival of migrant cinema and he coordinates the laboratory of urbanism and mobility for the committee of Tor Pignattara neighbourhood.