Adjunct Lecturer in Architecture
Marie-Louise Richards is an architect (M. Arch.), teacher and researcher. She teaches the freestanding course Decolonizing Architecture within the field of architecture and critical studies. Her practice examines invisibility as embodiment, a critical strategy and a spatial category (through methods of architectural and artistic practice, curatorial practice, and writing). She is part of the collective artistic research project Spaces of Care, Disobedience and Desire: Tactics of Minority Space-Making with Natália Rebelo and Rado Ištok.
Selected Representation: ‘Out of Line: Erasure and vulnerability as sites of subversion’ in Archifutures Vol. 6: ‘Agency’ (2020); ‘Hyper-visible Invisibility: Tracing the Politics, Poetics and Affects of the Unseen’ in Field Journal Vol. 7: ‘Becoming a Feminist Architect’ (2017).