Graduating with a degree in the History of Contemporary Art from « La Sapienza » University in Rome, from 2004 to 2009, Marco Villari attended la Stoa, a School of Rhythm in Cesena, founded and directed by Claudia Castellucci from Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio. For the same artist, he then danced in Homo Turbae (Festival delle Colline Torinesi 2010, MAC de Créteil and Charleroi Danse 2010) and participated in educational projects as an assistant choreographer, history of art teacher and performer (Sortie de la caverne, EVENTO 2011, Bordeaux and Le Ville Matte, Sardinia, 2010). Based in Paris since 2011, he has undertaken doctoral research at EHESS on the origin of aerial visuality, Greek « teichoscopy » and the fresco « The Effects of Good and Bad Government » by Ambrogio Lorenzetti. In 2014, he obtained an M.A 2 in « Conception and Direction of a Cultural Project » at the New Sorbonne. He is currently collaborating on the distribution of several dance companies and is one of the performers in Warding Off Fear and What You See.