Faculty Candidate Presentation: Ivonne Santoyo-Orozco
The Politics of Design
Ivonne Santoyo-Orozco, lecturer in architecture, is a candidate for a full-time tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Architecture. All College of Design faculty and staff are invited to attend her public presentation.
As an architect, Santoyo-Orozco has worked in Mexico City for Fernando Romero, in Maastricht for Wiel Arets and in London first for Foster and Partners and then for Arup Integrated Urbanism. As an educator, she has held teaching posts at Iowa State University, Central Saint Martins, University of Creative Arts and the Architectural Association.
Her work has been exhibited internationally from the Venice Biennale to Storefront for Art and Architecture, published in several journals and discussed in international conferences. She is completing her doctoral dissertation at the Architectural Association in London where she investigates the historical role architecture has played in the cultivation of an affective dimension of power.