Martin Zebracki is Lecturer in Critical Human Geography at the University of Leeds. He obtained his BSc Hons, MSc and PhD degrees in Human Geography and Urban and Regional Planning from Utrecht University, the Netherlands, and pursued graduate research in Geography and Methods of Art History at the University of Florida, USA. Zebracki has widely published on issues at the crossroads of public art, social engagement and sexual citizenship in contemporary urban contexts with a recent focus on digital co-production. He is actively involved in international collaborative projects and conferencing on these topics. Zebracki is the author of Public Artopia: Art in Public Space in Question (Amsterdam University Press, 2012), The Everyday Practice of Public Art: Art, Space, and Social Inclusion (Routledge, 2015; co-edited with Dr Cameron Cartiere) and is currently preparing Public Art Encounters: Art, Space and Identity (Routledge; co-edited with Dr Joni Palmer). Zebracki serves on the Editorial Boards of Art & the Public Sphere and Geo: Geography and Environment. He is Secretary of the Space, Sexualities & Queer Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) and is the Equality and Inclusion Coordinator in the School of Geography, University of Leeds.