About the speaker
Mollie Claypool is an architecture theorist working on issues of social justice including the future of housing, labour and work. She is concerned with the social and economic implications of new technologies and automation on architectural production and disciplinary practices. She is Director of Automated Architecture Ltd (AUAR), a design and technology consultancy and Co-Director of AUAR Labs at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL where she has been a Lecturer since 2015. Mollie is co-author of Robotic Building: Architecture in the Age of Automation (Detail Edition 2019) and author of the SPACE10 report “The Digital in Architecture: Then, Now and in the Future” (2019).
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The online lecture is publicly accessible via the following Blackboard Collaborate link.
About the Decolonising Performative Architecture Lecture Series
The Decolonising Performative Architecture lectures are a series of online events within the frame of the Architecture and Environmental Design DS3A, and are curated by Senior Lecturer Paolo Cascone, Yota Adilenidou and Maddalena Laddaga.