Corinna Dean

Corinna Dean established the Archive for Rural Contemporary Architecture in 2013, (ARCA) an open-access archive and project that examines current definitions of the rural landscape in relation to largely defunct typologies. Her area of specialism is cultural regeneration and was recently awarded a PhD from the London School of Economics, Cities Programme, which examines regeneration through art and architecture. She is currently a Lecturer in the architecture department of the University of Westminster. And is currently running a collaborative project with India’s first public art biennale where she is exploring ideas of public space in the context of expanded identities and transnational cultures. She is an Architectural Ambassador at Bold Tendencies, Peckham and a cultural specialist consultant at Publica.