Rosario Talevi, Guest Professor of Design
Rosario Talevi is a Berlin-based architect, curator, editor and educator interested in critical spatial practice (Rendell), transformative pedagogies and feminist futures. Her work advances architecture as a form of agency -in its transformative sense and in its capacity of acting otherwise (Schneider) and as a form of care - one that provides the political stakes to repair our broken world (Tronto).
She is a graduate of the School of Architecture, Design & Urbanism at the University of Buenos Aires. She has held teaching and research positions at the University of the Arts and the Technical University in Berlin and the University of Buenos Aires.
Currently, she is co-director of the Floating University, where she curates the Urban Practice programme and Climate Care, a festival engaged with theory and practice at the intersection of climate challenges, ethics of care and environmental humanities.
Rosario is also a founding member of Soft Agency, a diasporic group of female architects, artists, curators, scholars and writers working with spatial practices.