Kristina Anilane is a Ph.D. candidate at the department of Critical Studies and Creative Industries at Kingston School of Art researching emerging global urban initiative and formats of its curatorial implications. Her exhibitions and research projects including Imagine Moscow exhibition at the Design Museum London and Late Light project at Goldfinger House, in partnership with the National Trust UK. She holds Curating Contemporary Design MA from Kingston University and Design Museum. Kristina acts as creative director for Vesta 3D and is a co-founder for PROLETKINO independent platform for distribution, research and curatorial practice.
Luis Sacristan Murga is a practicing Architect at Heatherwick Studio in London, where he has been work- ing since 2015 on several international projects, includ- ing the new Google campus in California. He received his architectural education from several universities including the Polytechnic School of Madrid in Spain, Lunds Tekniska Högskola in Sweden and Rhode Island School of Design in the USA. He serves as a guest critic at the Architectural Association and he has been a teaching collaborator in Diploma 17 organizing design workshops and reviewing student theses. Through the principles of adaptive reuse and the use of public space, Sacristan Murga works to understand the ways in which architecture can transform consciousness and merge with nature.
Anilane, Kristina and Sacristan Murga, Luis
"TEMPORARY ACTS THE DECORATORS,"
IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse: Vol. 9, Article 2.