Alejandra Celedón and Nicolás Stutzin
Alejandra Celedón and Nicolás Stutzin are architects and scholars who engage architectural history and the use of public space. When Celedón curated the Chilean Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2018, she conceived an architectural, graphic, and artistic response to the biennale’s theme of “Freespace,” creating a critical reconstruction of the floor of the National Stadium in Santiago that represented the city. Celedón is a professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and holds a PhD in the history and theory of architecture from the Architectural Association School of Architecture. Her curating partner, Nicolás Stutzin, is an associate professor at the School of Architecture, Universidad Diego Portales, and adjunct assistant professor at the School of Architecture, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, who engages with architectural theory, public architecture, and urban planning. Since 2006 Stutzin has worked independently as an architect in a wide range of scales. He holds a master of science degree in advanced architectural design from Columbia University.
Born 1979, Edmonton, Canada; lives and works in Santiago, Chile
Born 1981, Santiago, Chile; lives and works in Santiago, Chile