Dorothée King is the head of the Art Education department at the Art and Design Academy in Basel, Switzerland. She was in 2017 lecturer for the Department of Interior Architecture and HAVC at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her scholarship and teaching is invested in contemporary and modern art history, participatory exhibiting, immer-sive environments, ephemeral materials, and multisensory aesthetic experience. Her research has been published
in her first monograph (KUNST RIECHEN! Athena-Verlag: Oberhausen 2016), in peer-review journals, and in edited volumes. After studying art, design, and media theory in Denmark, Germany and England, Dorothée King earned her PhD Berlin University of the Arts. She works interna-tionally as a researcher, consultant and curator.
"APPROPRIATING ARCHITECTURE DIGITAL GRAFFITI AS TEMPORARY SPATIAL INTERVENTION,"
IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse: Vol. 9
, Article 11.