Blue Lecture Series/Daniel Tudor Munteanu
The Blue Lecture Series lecture series continues with a lecture by Romanian architect Daniel Tudor Munteanu. The topic of the lecture will be UNFOLDING PAVILION - a curatorial project, the third continuation of which is part of the current Biennial of Architecture in Venice
Daniel Tudor Munteanu (b. 1980) is a practicing architect and urban planner based in Suceava, Romania. He was educated in Romania and The Netherlands, has exhibited at the 5th "Urbanism\Architecture Bi-city Biennale" in Shenzhen and has contributed to "OfficeUS", the U.S. Pavilion for the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale. His texts and graphic essays were published in San Rocco, Log, ARQ and Oase. In 2015 he curated the "Aformal Academy/Pedagogical Infrastructure" chapter for the 6th Shenzhen "Urbanism\Architecture Bi-city Biennale" and contributed to the "The State of the Art of Architecture" project for the Chicago Architecture Biennial. In 2020 he initiated and co-curated the digital exhibition "Rituals of Solitude". In 2016, 2018 and 2021 he co-curated the "Unfolding Pavilion" at the 15th, 16th and 17th Venice Architecture Biennale. Daniel is the founder and editor of the research project "OfHouses - a collection of old forgotten houses".