My work is situated within the interdisciplinary fields of film, philosophy and architecture. 

I am an intermedia researcher and Lecturer in the Division of Landscape Architecture at The University of Hong Kong, where I coordinate the Faculty Interdisciplinary Courses and teach the Common Core Course 24 Frames: Communicating Ideas through Film ︎︎︎ Link

My current research is shared in a TEDx talk (HKU, 2021) and has been exhibited and published internationally including Dezeen, South China Morning Post, Der Standard, The latest exhibition Alleys in Wonderland (PMQ, 2019 + City Gallery, 2021), a Design Trust Seed Grant awarded VR-project about the Pearl River Delta’s creative back alley occupations, is currently displayed at the Hong Kong Pavilion for the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale 2021.

Born in Vienna, I am a Dr.techn. candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, where my on-going dissertation ‘The Architectural Parallels’ explores film as analytical practice. I’ve received my BArch from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and hold an ir.Arch from The Austrian Chamber of Commerce. After several years of architectural practice in Vienna and Munich, I continued to study Architecture at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Istanbul and at The University of Hong Kong. In London, I’ve received The Bartlett Master’s Scholarship to complete my Master of Arts (Architectural History) at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. Since 2018, I am editorial board member of ADATO,a Luxembourg based art and architecture magazine; and Unforeseen Circumstances, a peer-reviewed multimedia journal & exhibit space.

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