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Marie-Louise Richards

Marie-Louise Richards is an architect, lecturer, researcher, and leads the experimental course Reconstructions, in the Department for Research and Further Education in Architecture and Fine Art at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Her work explores ‘black feminist spatial futures’ as embodiment, critical strategy and spatial category through methods of architectural and artistic research, curatorial practice and writing. Together with Cathryn Klasto she is co-editor of the special issue Citations for PARSE Journal (September 2023).

Selected Representation: Reputations: Angela Davis, Architectural Review, March (2024) Silent Song, PARSE Journal, September (2023) Pedagogies of Power, Architectural Review, September (2022) Rest in Public as Resistance, Architectural Review, July/August (2022) Banana-Split: a (Black) Power Walk (short-film) Mossutställningar and Public Art Agency Sweden (2020) Out of Line: Erasure and vulnerability as sites of subversion, Archifutures: “Agency” Vol. 6 (2020), Hyper-visible Invisibility: Tracing the Politics, Poetics and Affects of the Unseen, Field Journal: Becoming a Feminist Architect, Vol. 7 (2017).