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Justinien Tribillon

Urbanist, writer, editor and curator, Justinien Tribillon works across different media and disciplines: social science, photography, architecture, history. Justinien is a tutor and PhD candidate at The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, where he explores the Boulevard Périphérique of Paris as sociotechnical artefact. Justinien is co-founder and editor of Migrant Journal, a six-issue publication exploring migration in all its forms. As a curator he will be presenting “Welcome to Borderland” on the migration of plants at the Venice Biennale of Architecture 2021. Together with Offshore Studio (Isabel Seiffert and Christoph Miler) he has also curated “Infrastructure — Visible Upon Breakdown”, an exploration of the concept of infrastructure mixing social sciences and photography due to open at the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles 2021. This latter exhibition has been cancelled due to Covid-19 but will be reimagined in another format, and/or in another venue in 2022.