Alison Hugill is a writer, editor, translator and independent curator based in Berlin. She has a BA in Philosophy (King’s College, Canada, 2009) and a Master’s in Contemporary Art Theory ( Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2012). Her research focuses on politics, architecture, participatory design and aesthetic theories of community.
Alison is Editor-in-Chief of Berlin Art Link magazine and a contributor to Artforum, Momus, the New York Times (T Magazine), Archinect, Artsy, AQNB, and ArtMargins, among other publications. Recent curatorial projects include: Future Ruins exhibition, Bergen, Norway (2013), In Reserve: On the Architecture of the Reservoir, Bauhaus Dessau, Germany (2014), Hardbakka Ruins Project, Bergen, Norway (2014-17), Blacklisted exhibition at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon (2016).