I’m an architect and curator, living and working between London and Lisbon. My work is informed by an interest in architecture and fiction. I make exhibitions and installations that enact fictional scenarios and programmes, so that many
people can experience them together.
In 2011, I co-founded a collective called The Decorators, with whom I developed curatorial and research projects through interventions in the public realm.
I was a lecturer in Spatial Design at Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Arts, and in Design Interactions
at the Royal College of Arts. At the moment I’m part of the teaching team of the University of the Underground at Sandberg Institute, and I’m completing a PhD called Fictional World Enactments at the Bartlett School of Architecture.
Right now, I’m co-curating an exhibition called The Future Starts Here for the V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum) that opens in May 2018. This is a an exhibition about emerging technologies and the ways in which they are already affecting our future at a range of scales: as individuals, as citizens and as a species. I’m also co-curating an exhibition for MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology) which opens to the public in April 2018, in Lisbon, called Eco-Visionaries: Art and Architecture After the Anthropocene. Divided into four moments of ecological awareness - Disaster, Confluence, Extinction and Adaptation - it displays work by contemporary artists and architects that capture subjective, fluctuating, unstable images of ecology.