Writer, designer and co-founder of Les3chambres, Micol comes from a family of Sardinian designers and her eye is always drawn to color, lines, shapes and surfaces.
Her plays have been published and staged in the United States (Global Gay, La MaMa Experimental Theatre NYC, 2019), France (Pas de Franchise, Centre Pompidou, 2018; Sans Rancune, Panthéon, 2019; Les toilettes sont toujours plus vertes ailleurs, Mairie du 5e, 2019), and Spain (Pas de Franchise, Brumaria, 2018). She is also a translator of French and Italian philosophy and poetry.
Educated at Georgetown University, SciencesPo and the CRMEP (Center for Research in Modern European Philosophy), she is now a graduate student at the École Normale Supérieure, where she works on the philosophy of race, on political violence and resistance, and on phenomenology and social epistemology. She currently runs two philosophy courses at the ENS, as well as the interdisciplinary seminar Actualité Critique, and, starting next summer, she will teach ethics at the University of Johannesburg.
As part of her artistic practice, she also studies at the ENSAD and she has collaborated with the Centre Pompidou in the curation of Cosmopolis#1 Collective intelligence and is currently involved in the preparation of Cosmopolis #2.
In her activism, she works for MigrENS, an association that helps to welcome migrants into universities, and the ENAR (European Network Against Racism).