Eduardo Castillo. Quarantinology
Opening of the Quarantinology exhibition with the lecture of Eduardo Castillo, one of the members of Quarantinology Group.
Eduardo Castillo Vinuesa is an architect and researcher based in Madrid. He teaches at ETSAM-UPM, and since 2017 he has been the editor-in-house of the journal Arquitectura COAM. He participates in several research platforms, such as the Mutant Institute of Environmental Narratives (IMNA), or the Strelka Institute in Moscow, where he pursues a transdisciplinary approach to architecture through art, the theory and critical practice.
Quarantinology Group is a multidisciplinary collective of researchers who are part of The Terraforming program, a think-tank at the Strelka Institute in Moscow that explores the imminent ecological consequences of the Anthropocence for urbanism on a planetary scale. During the COVID-19 pandemic, half of the group members were forced to leave Moscow, consolidating a research platform distributed in four countries: Spain, Russia, Germany and Saudi Arabia.
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