co-founder + coordinator
Ruth is an architectural historian, and the co-founder of The Bartlett Sound | Making | Space Doctoral Network. She is currently a PhD candidate in Architectural History and Theory at the Bartlett School of Architecture, where her thesis addresses the complex relationships between music and architecture in the ‘Polytope Projects’ (1967-1978), a series of large scale multimedia installations conceived by the composer and architect Iannis Xenakis. Taking an interdisciplinary approach to research, she draws upon her academic background in Art History, and musical training. Her PhD. is funded by the London Arts and Humanities Partnership and has been generously supported by a Bartlett-CCA Research Collection Grant.
Contact Ruth: firstname.lastname@example.org