Lucia Jalón Oyarzun is an architect by the ETSAM School of Architecture of Madrid (2010) and Master in Advanced Architectural Projects (2011) by the same university. There she is now the Coordinator of the Landscape Specialty Line at the MArch II in Advanced Architectural Projects (MPAA) where she also teaches at its Fall Lab and #crimescapes workshop. Since 2011 she holds a UPM post-graduate fellowship to work on her PhD thesis ‘What a body can do: the political as generator of a common spatiality’ as member of the Cultural Landscape Research Group and since 2013 she is editor-in-chief of displacements: an x’scape journal. Her research interests focus on the relation between the political and the spatial construction of the common and the relationships between body and the built environment.

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