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Alison Hugill

Alison Hugill

Berlin, DE

 

About 

Alison Hugill is an editor, writer, and curator based in Berlin. She is managing editor of Berlin Art Link magazine and contributes to Sleek Magazine, AQNB, Momus, Rhizome, and Artsy. Hugill has an MA in art theory from Goldsmiths College, University of London (2011). Her research focuses on Marxist-feminist politics and aesthetic theories of community, participatory art, and architecture. She is one half of the collective anti-forum and a host of Berlin Community Radio show Hystereo.

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Alison's Featured Articles on Archinect

‘Friedrich Kiesler: Architect, Artist, Visionary’ at Martin-Gropius-Bau tells, rather than shows, the architect's oeuvre, Fri, Mar 31 '17

"Factual communicability is privileged over the immersive experience, and architecture is presented as a set of instances—shown through models, drawings, photographs—rather than a process," the Canadian curator Carson Chan told me in a ...

‘Friedrich Kiesler: Architect, Artist, Visionary’ at Martin-Gropius-Bau tells, rather than shows, the architect's oeuvre
 

Xeno-Architecture: Radical Spatial Practice and the Politics of Alienation, Fri, Feb 17 '17

Following on from Archinect’s interview with Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams, authors of the recent book Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World without Work—wherein the pair discussed the implications of their ‘accelerationist’ political theory for the field of ...

Xeno-Architecture: Radical Spatial Practice and the Politics of Alienation