Public Art | Research
Between 2017 and 2019, I studied a Master in Museum and Gallery Practice at University College London (UCL) and submitted a Dissertation titled “Public art for non-places: understanding the impact of public art at Hamad International Airport”. This research aims to analyze the influence of public art when placed in a transit space such as an airport and its capability to generate relational bonds with the public within places that lost identity because of their strictly practical conception.
A reduced version of my Master Thesis was selected to be part of the yearly book UCL publishes with a selection of research projects by alumni. (Read my chapter from Page 54)
Today, I continue expanding this research in collaboration with colleagues in the field, seeking for opportunities to further develop this paper.
Researcher | University College London
2017 | Ongoing