Winter Semester 2021/22
Lecture Data Publics: Public Pluralities in an era of data determinancies hosted by Ameli Klein
in the context of the workshop REPAIR
Carmen Lael Hines is a practice-based researcher, curator, and artist. She currently works at the Centre of Global Architecture in Vienna, Austria, investigating the impact of digital platforms on our built environment https://global-architecture.org/. She also teaches in the Department of Visual Cultures at TU Vienna: https://visualculture.tuwien.ac.at/. As assistant curator for the Austrian contribution to the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021, she supported the realization of the exhibition “Platform Austria” in digital, tangible and editorial form(s). She received a B.A. of Arts (Hons) in English Language and Literature from the University of Oxford (Lady Margaret Hall) and an M.A. of Arts (with Distinction) in Contemporary Art Theory from Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her research interests include: Platform Capitalism, Platform Urbanism, Urban Informality, Gender/Sexuality Studies, and Theories of Social Reproduction.