Ines Weizman is an architect and theorist based in London. She was trained as an architect at the Bauhaus University Weimar and the Ecole d’Architecture de Belleville in Paris, Cambridge University, and the Architectural Association where she completed her PhD thesis in History and Theory. She taught at the Architectural Association, Goldsmiths College London, the Berlage Institute of Architecture in Rotterdam and currently London Metropolitan University.
Architectural History, Theory & Interpretation MA
Ines researches and publishes on the ideological spectacles enacted by Soviet-era architecture, particularly on the urban historiography of what was East Germany.
Research projects include the organisation of an international conference “Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence”, London 15th-17th November 2012 and exhibition projects include "Repeat Yourself." Loos, Law and the Culture of the Copy (together with Armin Linke and Andreas Thiele), Architecture Biennale, Venice in the Arsenale (2012) and “Celltexts. Books and other works produced in prison” (together with Eyal Weizman) first exhibited in Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turino (2008).
Architecture, history, Eastern European studies, intellectual property.