Lucía Jalón Oyarzun is an architect and researcher. Head of Research at ALICE and Director of Academic Affairs at Escuela SUR, a postgraduate school of arts in Madrid. She studied at the ETSAM School of Architecture of Madrid where she also defended her PhD “Exception and the rebel body: the political as generator of a minor architecture” in 2017. An interdisciplinary research threading a genealogy of the conflict between the spatial forms used by politics and the exception, and the commons created by the rebel body. She currently continues this line of research through a historical, political and philosophical reading of secrecy and clandestinity as spatial compositions under capitalism, along with investigations on the map as an instrument of (dis)orientation and the anaesthetic effects of the new attentional regimes on the body’s spatial capabilities. She has published her work in several journals and publications.
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