Selena Savić

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Selena Savić (1980, Belgrade) is an architect, designer and researcher, interested in the design of infrastructures, their spatial and cultural implications. Selena received her PhD from the Federal Technical Institute (EPFL), Lausanne, and Technical Institute (IST), Lisbon, in 2015. Prior to joining the SINLAB research group at EPFL, Selena received a Master's degree from Networked Media department at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam, and an engineering degree from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. Combined with the background in urban planning and research in cities, her interests gave rise to a practice of interrogative design of objects and environments. Her work was exhibited at a number of festivals and exhibitions, as well as research symposia and conferences. She regularly collaborates with designers, programmers, researchers, theatre directors and artists on hybrid practices that tend to render visible what is normally taken for granted. She lives in Lausanne.