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Xenia Vytuleva

Xenia Vytuleva is an architecture historian, theorist and curator. Her scholarship is focused on new modes of preservation, governance by design and knowledge production, and the intersection of architecture, art and politics. At present, she has an research appointment at the Center of History of Knowledge at ETH Zurich. Previously, she was teaching at the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation at Columbia University in New York.

She has curated a number of exhibitions including: "Music on Bones" in "Recycle" at MAXXI Museum in Rome, and Experimental Preservation at the 2014 Venice Biennale. She is the recipient of various grants and awards, including from the Graham Foundation for the project "Secret Spaces of the Cold War." Vytuleva is currently working on a manuscript entitled the "Aesthetics of Uncertainty in Contemporary Artistic Practices" and a project entitled North Trans-National. At Slought, she co-curated the project "Straying; Diary of a Cold Universe."

Slought
4017 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
slought.org
xenia.vytuleva@gmail.com

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Begins Dec 3, 2015

An itinerant project exploring urban errors, discrepancies, and territories in Walter Benjamin's Moscow Diary (1926)

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