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Dipl. -Ing. Bettina Siegele, BSc
2010 - 2014 Bachelor of Architecture | Leopold Franzens University Innsbruck
2014 - 2018 Master of Architecture | Leopold Franzens University Innsbruck
2014 - 2020 Bachelor of Art History | Leopold Franzens University Innsbruck
2016 Erasmus+ stay in Plymouth | Great Britain
since 2018 PhD candidate at the University of Innsbruck with the topic "Feminism and Architecture"
Professional Experience (selection)
2016 - 2017 Student Assistant | Tiroler Künstler*schaft | Innsbruck | Tyrol | Austria
2017 - 2019 Assistant | Tiroler Künstler*schaft | Innsbruck | Tyrol | Austria
2018 - 2019 Assistant and producer | Art in Public Space Tyrol
since 2017 Freelance curator for various exhibition projects
since 2018 Research fellow and teaching assistant | Leopold Franzens University Innsbruck | Institute for Architectural Theory and Architectural History - Department of Architectural Theory
since 2020 Member of the editorial board of the online magazine Viceversa bits.
since 2018 Member of IARC - Independent Architecture Research Colloquia at the University of Innsbruck
since 2020 Member of the Doctoral College Gender and Gender Relations in Transformation [Doktoratskolleg Geschlecht und Geschlechterverhältnisse in Transformation]
Awards & Grants
2018 Dean´s Award
2017 AICA price for young art critique
April 2019 Ballard and the Pineal Eye | Presentation at the Connected/Augmented/Fictional. Architecture in the Network Symposium at the University of Innsbruck
February 2020 Ballard and the Pineal Eye | Presentation at the Liminal London: Real and Unreal Spaces of the C20 Metropolis Conference at Birkbeck School of Arts (London/UK)
October 2020 Architecture and the Dialectic of Sex | Poster presentation at the kick-off event of the doctoral programme Gender and Gender Relations in Transformation: Spaces - Relations - Representations at the University of Innsbruck