Keren Kuenberg is an architectural researcher and a curator.
Her practice is situated at the intersection of the built environment, archives, exhibitions, and politics with an ongoing interest in shaping the outcome with various interactive formats. She’s worked for museums such as the CCA (Montreal), HKW (Berlin) and the Israel Museum (Jerusalem) as well as non-profit organizations and universities. She is interested in expanding how architecture knowledge is created, documented, understood, and presented to a wider public and exploring how politics and foreign affairs play a role in shaping the built environment. Her work involves creating alternative archives and building interactive interfaces to access them.