Architect, PhD in Art History, Dominique Rouillard is professor at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais (ENSAPM) and scientific director of the research laboratory LIAT (Laboratoire, Infrastructure, Architecture, Territoire). She is a founding member of Architecture Action, office for architecture and urban design in Paris, and has been scientific consultant for different exhibitions for the Centre G. Pompidou (Les années 50, La Ville, Archigram). Since her work on ?Radical Architettura? (Centre G. Pompidou 1993, trad. Monacelli Press 1999), her researches are focused on immediate history of contemporary architecture and infrastructures.
Last publications related to the symposium : Superarchitecture. Le futur de l?architecture 1950-1970 (Ed. La Villette 2004), La métropole des infrastructures (ed., Picard, 2009), Imaginaires d?infrastructure (ed., L?Harmattan, 2009).
- Dominique Rouillard: Just what is it that makes Friedman so appealing ? today and yesterday
- Cornelia Escher: Mobile architectures. From the G.E.A.M to contemporary projects
- Pelin Tan: Intimate Dwelling, Survival Infrastructure
- Joseph Grima: Do-It-Yourself Urbanism
- Manuel Orazi: Every Utopia is Feasible
- Mark Shepard: Propagative Urbanism
- Philippe Rizzotti and Gonzague Lacombe (Collectif Exyzt) – Contemporary Spatial Practices
- Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius (raumlaborberlin): Contemporary Spatial Practices