Christina Leigh Geros
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Christina is an architect, landscape architect, and urban designer specialising in conducting design-led research that critically engages the production of knowledge infrastructures related to climate- and neuro-ecologies.
Christina holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Tennessee and two graduate degrees from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design: a Masters of Architecture and Urban Design and a Masters of Landscape Architecture. Since 2012, she has worked with local community groups, activists, artists, and researchers to engage with environmental and human rights violations across south and southeast Asia. She is currently working on the publication of Monsoon as Method with Monsoon Assemblages, and developing research on the commodified soils and airs of the tropics for The Orang-orang and the Hutan.