Joanne Pouzenc

architect, educator and curator

Joanne Pouzenc
Toulouse, France
Berlin, Germany
Member Since 2015
Joanne Pouzenc is an architect, educator and independent curator based between Toulouse and Berlin. She began curating at the Bauhaus Foundation in Dessau (DE). Amongst her 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. How Together, her latest publication-installation with Constructlab has been featured in the Chicago Architecture Biennial in 2019. She is the author of numerous articles and publications internationally and is frequently invited as a critic or speaker at academic events. Joanne Pouzenc 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 a board member of the French Association Constructlab.



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