Archipelago: Architectures for the Multiverse, May 6-8, Geneva / Sacred Places for Sustainable Cities Reclaiming the Notion of Efficacy: New Metrics for Alternative Practices Borrowers Not a Closed Statement Problems After No Construction Strange Noises From Inside Please Do Not Feed the Robots 'Transversality as a Practice': An Interview with Jean-Pierre Greff 'Powerful Islands and Architectures': An Interview with Yves Leuzinger A Note on Undefining Letter from Archipelago

Lev Bratishenko

Curator Public, Canadian Center for Architecture, Montréal

Lev Bratishenko is Curator Public at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, producing research in public through events and series like How to: reward and punish (2020), Docu-dramas (2020), How to: disturb the public (2019), My Invisible Friend (2019), Should we worry? (2019), How to: not make an architecture magazine (2018), No parks? (2017), Come and Forget (2017), and introducing new formats like the “counter-tour” and the “institutional performance festival.” Contributing to CCA projects since 2007, he was editor of It’s All Happening So Fast: A Counter-History of the Canadian Environment (CCA / JAPSAM, 2016) and curator of The object is not online (2010).
He has written about architecture, music, technology and other subjects for Abitare, Apollo, Canadian Architect, Cabinet, Disegno, Gizmodo, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian, Icon, Literary Review of Canada, Maclean’s, Manifest, Mark, The Montreal Gazette, Triple Canopy, Opera Canada, Opera News, and Uncube. His work as been presented at the Oslo Architecture Triennale, the Lisbon Triennial of Architecture, and elsewhere.

Photograph: Martine Lavoie