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Joanne Pouzenc


Joanne Pouzenc

Architect, curator and educator. Member of the Prize's Board of Experts 2024

Joanne Pouzenc (1981) is an architect, educator and independent curator based between Toulouse and Berlin. Her research focuses on relational and capable architecture. In her projects, she focuses on informal learning situations, designing her architectural and editorial projects as platforms for exchange and interaction. She is currently director of the Maison de l'Architecture Occitanie-Pyrénées, director of the publication Plan Libre, a doctoral student at the TESC at UT2J in Toulouse, educator at the school of architecture ENSA Toulouse and active member of the international collective Constructlab. Among her publications,her latest book "Convivial Ground, stories from collaborative spatial practices" (jovis, 2023) questions how we can build the commons through collaborative and continuous learning, towards a convivial society.

Among her curatorial projects, the platform Post+capitalist City (2012), the transdisciplinary festivals Berlin Unlimited (2014) and Make City (2015 and 2018), Public Space conferences: Fights and Fictions, 36h Factory of Thought at the Akademie der Künste Berlin (2016), projekt bauhaus Preliminary Course: from Bauhaus to Silicon Valley to Haus der Kulturen der Welt (2017) and projekt bauhaus Werkstatt: Datatopia at the Floating University (2018) in collaboration with ARCH+ magazine. She is the author of numerous articles and publications internationally and is frequently invited as a critic or speaker at academic events.

[Update: January 2024]

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