With the Internet of Things and the popularisation of AI, our living environments are becoming coded environments: every singularity is inscribed in its digital fabric. These informational media are “containers of possibility” (Durham Peters, 2016), shaping what’s possible and what’s not (to do, to build or even to imagine). As architectural production becomes information management... View Article
Lucía Jalón Oyarzun is an architect and researcher. She graduated from the ETSAM School of Architecture of Madrid where she also defended her PhD “Exception and the rebel body: the political as generator of a minor architecture” in 2017. She is currently Head of Research at ALICE (Atelier de la Conception de l’Espace) at EPFL, where she continues her interdisciplinary research on secrecy and clandestinity as minor spatial compositions under capitalism, the effects of coded environments on the body’s spatial capabilities, and maps as instruments of (dis)orientation. From 2017 to 2020, she directed the School of Arts SUR at the Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid. She has also been a Research Fellow at the Center of Digital Visual Studies (UZH), and taught for several years at the ETSAM School of Architecture of Madrid. She has been invited to several international universities and her work, ranging from scientific production to cultural critique, has been published in several journals and publications.