Joanne Pouzenc (1981*) is an architect, curator and educator based in Berlin. After 10 years of architectural practice in southern France, she entered the Bauhaus post graduate programme in Dessau and launched a curatorial career. Among her projects: 2011 - City Inc, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, SAM Basel; 2012 - Post Capitalist City - International competition for Society Design; 2014 - Berlin Unlimited, first festival for arts, architecture and urban research in Berlin; 2015 - Co-curator of Make City Festival, Berlin; 2015 - Atelier d’Architecture Itinérant, featured in 2016 Venice Biennale; 2016 - Communication manager for the German Pavilion at the Venice Biennale; 2016 - co-curator of Fights and Fictions / 36h Factory of Thoughts at the Akademie der Künste - Berlin with the Goethe Institut. Since 2006, she is teaching in the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture in Toulouse, France. She is currently lecturer at NODE Center for Curatorial Studies, freelance writer for Archinect and co-founder of ResSource.
More interesting than walls is what happens in between. Architecture enables connections, movements and dynamics, between objects, peoples and structures. Within that complex constellation, everything happens.