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Spanning art, architecture and design, Dámaso Randulfe’s work explores the entanglement of contemporary regimes of circulation, technologies, territories and ecologies.

Dámaso is a tutor for ADS2 at the RCA, and an editor of Migrant Journal, a publication series on the spatial politics of human and other-than-human migrations. He also teaches critical theory and cultural studies at The School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Met, and has been a guest lecturer and critic in various institutions such as the Architectural Association, University of the Arts London or the University of Westminster.

His work and various collaborative projects have been published, awarded and shown internationally, including at the Oslo Architecture Triennale, Venice Biennale, Triennale de Milano, Design Museum and Tate Modern.

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