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Anne-Laure Iger (1991) is presently a PhD mini-ARC fellow at Faculté d'Architecture of ULB. She graduated from École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Bretagne, France (2014). Her research focuses on architectural exhibitions envisaged as tools for the political involvement of the practice. She is questioning the operativity of this mediation on the basis of a study of curatorial gestures in the light of Brussels urban debates.
At the moment, she is studying fabulations and speculations that tension the “images” of the European Union and the forms of its Brussels enclave through curatorial narratives. She is also working on a feminist podcast, untitled GEM, dedicated to gestures, involvements and mediation on architectural practice.
A.-L. Iger, ‘Militant architecture exhibitions: an attempt to define a genre through the tools of narrativity’ at ICAM annual symposium, Munich, Germany [forthcoming].
V. Chancel, A.-L. Iger, S. Jacquemin, P. Lefebvre, D. Salgado Cofré, ‘X Artefacts, witnesses of architects’ engagements in making’ in P. Lefebvre & alii (dir.), Thinking-Making, Perspectives on the Growing Prominence of Making in Architecture, Editions de l’Université libre de Bruxelles, 2020.
A.-L. Iger, V. Chancel, ‘Aux frontières du réel’, A+, 2018, no.274, p.54-56.
A.-L. Iger, V. Chancel, ‘Vertu(s) de la représentation’, A+, 2018, no.274, p.61.
A.-L. Iger, ‘Sur un tissu argenté à douze étoiles noires’, A+, 2018, no.273, p.55-56.
A.-L. Iger, ‘Kanal brut, le grand chantier muséal’, A+ (online), 2018.
A.-L. Iger, ‘Quant au riche avenir bruxellois’, A+ (online), 2018.
Articles in J. le Maire and I. Strauven (dir.), Guide de l’Architecture moderne et contemporaine de Charleroi métropole, Éditions Mardaga, ULB et Cellule Architecture de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, 2017, 368 p.
PhD under Iwan Strauven supervision.