Elise Hunchuck

Elise Hunchuck is a Berlin-based independent researcher, designer, editor, and educator with degrees in landscape architecture (MLA, Daniels, Toronto, CA), philosophy, and geography (University of Toronto, CA). Her research in Canada, the US, Japan, northern Europe, and most recently, in Ukraine, develops cartographic, photographic, and text-based practices to explore landscapes and communicate the agency of disaster through the continual configuring and reconfiguring of infrastructures of risk. She has been an invited speaker at the AA (London, UK), the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (Copenhagen, DK), TU Delft (Delft, NL), the Contour Biennale, and taught at the University of Toronto and Carleton University. Her work has been published in The Funambulist, GROUND Magazine, Future Architecture, FLASH Art, and BLDG BLOG. She was one of the 2019 Visiting Critics at Carleton University (Ottawa, CA) and she is a member of the editorial board of Scapegoat Journal: Architecture / Landscape / Political Economy.