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Dubravka Sekulić

Unsettling the Universal: Really Useful Commoning
20 August 2021 / 7–8 pm CEST

Dubravka Sekulić
Photo: Tomislav Medak

Dr. Dubravka Sekulić discusses the notions of public library to question the past, present, and future of access to knowledge and space. In English language, Video:

Dubravka Sekulic is an architect and educator whose work focuses on the investigation of the transformation of the contemporary city and the relation between laws, property and economy. She is interested in understanding the (built) environment as an archive and in unsettling the common sense of architecture. She is a Senior Tutor at the School of Architecture, Royal College of Art, London and holds a PhD in architectural history and theory from the gta Institute for History and Theory, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich. She regularly publishes and lectures across Europe. Author of several books, most recently she completed a film Don't Trace, Draw! with film-maker Ana Hušman.