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Marie-Louise Richards

Marie-Louise Richards is an architect, lecturer, and researcher at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Her work explores invisibility as embodiment, a critical strategy, and a spatial category through methods of architectural and artistic practice, curatorial practice, and writing. Current work seeks to interrogate the relationships of race and space, and reimagining the discipline, practice and history of architecture, trough queer, black feminist and pre-modern methodologies, theories and approaches. Recent work includes: Banana-Split: a (Black) Power Walk commissioned by Mossutställningar/Public Art Agency Sweden (2020); Out of Line: Erasure and Vulnerability as Sites of Subversion in Archifutures Vol. 6: “Agency” (2020); and Hyper-visible Invisibility: Tracing the Politics, Poetics and Affects of the Unseen in Field Journal: Becoming a Feminist Architect, Vol. 7 (2017). She is part of the collaborative research project Spaces of Care, Disobedience and Desire: Tactics of Minority Space-Making with Natália Rebelo and Rado Ištok.