Meike Schalk (SE/DE), PhD, is an architect and assistant professor at School of Architecture at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. She works in critical studies and urban theory and responsible for the multi-departmental program Sustainable Urban Planning and Design. Her architectural practice is located between architecture, and art in the public realm, in which projects typically involve the participation of individuals, communities, and institutions and often take the form of common workshops and research. Her current research in the collaborative project ‘Feminist Eco Futures’, within the Architecture in Effect environment, examines feminist projections in research, art and architecture projects, and “lived” utopias as alternative architectural and social possibilities for the future. She is co-founder of the association Action Archive.

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