Eyal Weizman is a writer and architect; director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London. Since 2007 he is a member of the architectural collective Decolonizing Architecture in Beit Sahour/Palestine which has received the 2010 Prince Claus Award for Architecture. In 2010/11 he was a guest professor at the Städelschule.
His books include "The Lesser Evil" (Nottetempo, 2009, Verso Books forthcoming 2011), "Hollow Land" (Verso Books, 2007), "A Civilian Occupation" (Verso Books, 2003), the series "Territories", and many articles in journals, magazines and edited books. Weizman is a regular contributor and an editorial board member for several journals and magazines including Humanity, Cabinet and Inflexions. Weizman has curated the exhibition "Territories" at KW, and participated in numerous exhibitions such as Manifesta 7 (2008) and Bozar in Brussels (2009), Redcat in Los Angeles (2010), and most recently "Common Assembly" at Nottingham Contemporary.
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