Ingeborg Rocker

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Princeton, United States


2005, 2006, 2007

Born 1968 in Krefeld/Germany.

She studied architecture at the Technische Hochschule Aachen, at the University of Washington, Seattle, at Columbia University, New York and at Princeton University (Master of Art, 2003). She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University working on the topic “Evolving Structures. The Architecture of the Digital Medium”.

She has taught at numerous universities as a lecturer and instructor, including the School of Architecture, Princeton University, the Department of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, Parsons School of Design, New York and as a tutor at the Technische Hochschule Aachen.

She has worked as an architect in the offices of Pilhatsch und Partner, Bonn and Eisenman Architects, New York.

Ingeborg Rocker has held lectures on Max Bense, the Berlin Holocaust Monument, structures of the digital medium, among others at Princeton University, at the Pratt Institute, New York, at the Sepulkralmuseum, Kassel, at the Humboldt Universität, Berlin and at the Harvard Divinity School.

She has published regularly in architecture magazines and online publications since 1997, including AD Architectural Design, ANY Magazine and produced an exhibition catalog with students of the University of Pennsylvania, presented at Aedes Galerie, Berlin.

From 1993-1994 she received a DAAD fellowship for studies at the University of Washington and from 1995-1996 for studies at Columbia University.

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