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Felipe Vera was trained as an Architect at Universidad de Chile (2009) and holds MDeS in Urbanism, Landscape & Ecology from Harvard Graduate School of Design (2013).
Professor and co-director of the Center for Ecology, Landscape and Urbanism at the UAI DesignLab in Chile and Consultant at the Initiative for Sustainable and Emergent Cities at the Inter American Development Bank.
He led the curatorial team of the 2017 Chile Biennial entitled Diálogos Impostergables and has previously been curator of many international exhibits about architecture and urbanism, among them are the biennial pavilions Ephemeral Urbanism: Cities in Constant Flux at the Venice Biennale (2016) and Radical Temporalities at the Shenzhen Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism (2015). He has curated exhibits in Chile and abroad as from instance Glosario para el Nuevo Milenio at the Museum of Contemporary Arts of Santiago MAC (2015), The Ephemeral City: Landscapes of Religion in South Asia and Latin America at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (2015) and Kumbh Mela, Mapping The Ephemeral Mega City at Harvard University, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (2014).

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