Anna Rossellini

Anna Rosellini graduated at the Venice University IUAV in 2003. In 2005, she obtains the European second level Master in History of Architecture (University of Rome 3). In 2008, she obtains a doctoral degree in History of Architecture and the City, Science of Arts, Renovation (Scuola di Studi Avanzati in Venice). Since 2015, she has been working as researcher at the University of Bologna and has been carrying on researches in the field of history of contemporary architecture. She has taken part in national and international research projects. She collaborates with École polytechnique fédérale, Lausanne and École d’Architecture de la Ville & des Territoires, Marne-la-Vallée. Some of her publications are: Les sculptures en béton de Picasso et Nesjar et les processus techniques de l’architecture, 2017; Observations à propos de la phénoménologie de l’espace: les transformations du moulage en béton, de Nauman à Whiteread, 2016; Robert Smithson et la nature du béton: ruin in reverse, de-architectured project, Concrete Pour, 2015; Louis I. Kahn, Towards the zero degree of concrete, 1960-1974, 2014; Le Corbusier e la superficie. Dal rivestimento d’intonaco al béton brut, 2013; Le Corbusier: Béton Brut and Ineffable Space, 1940-1965. Surface Materials and Psychophysiology of Vision, 2011.