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Bettina Siegele 

I am an architectural theorist and art historian from Innsbruck. I have studied architecture and art history at the University of Innsbruck and the University of Plymouth (GB) and until Summer 2022 I have been working as a research assistant, researcher and lecturer at the Institute for Architectural Theory and Building History/Department of Architectural Theory at the University of Innsbruck. I have published several articles and contributions on my research and presented them at national and international conferences. I am a member of the doctoral programme Gender and Gender Relations in Transformation: Spaces - Relations - Representations as well as the Independent Architecture Research Colloquia (IARC), which I co-chaired with Zeynep Çinar until spring 2022. In recent years, I have also worked as a freelance editor of the online magazine Viceversa bits, as a writer and art critic for, among others, and as a curator. In 2017, I was awarded the AICA Prize for Young Art Criticism. Currently, I am part of the curatorial team of the Architecture Biennial in Timișoara, Romania (Beta - Architecture Biennial 2022), which will open on 23 September 2022 under the title Another Breach in the Wall. 

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