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Pol Esteve

Graduated as an architect from the Barcelona School of Architecture, holds a master’s degree in History and Critical Thinking from the Architectural Association School of Architecture. He is co-founder of the platform for architectural production GOIG and is currently teaching in the Architectural Association School of Architecture as a studio master and in the History and Theory department. He has previously worked with the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA), as well as with Olga Subirós and Enric Ruiz-Geli in Barcelona, and François Roche in Paris. He has been awarded the Miquel Casablancas and BCN Producció awards in the field of contemporary art where his research has been exhibited and published. He is a PhD candidate in The Bartlett (Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London) with research on changes in the conception of space in relationship with the technologies of dance culture.

Update: 18 October 2016



Has participated in

Sexualising Architecture

Lecture by Andrés Jaque and conversation with Pol Esteve

1,000 m2 of desire

Architecture and sexuality