Valeria Graziano works as a research fellow at the Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University, Coventry. She is a member of the Postoffice Research Group and of the Network for Institutional Analysis (UK). Her research looks at the organisation of cultural practices that foster the refusal to work and the possibility of political pleasure. She is an initiator of the Pirate Care project (2019). Valeria Graziano holds a BA in Fine Art and Art History (Goldsmiths College); an MA in Visual Cultures (Goldsmiths College) and a PhD in Critical Management Studies (Queen Mary University). Recently, she co-edited "Repair Matters", a special issue of ephemera: theory & politics in organisation (May 2019) and co-authored with Marcell Mars and Tomislav Medak "Learning from #Syllabus" (in State Machines, Institute of Network Cultures, 2019). (2019, 2020).