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Adeola Enigbokan

Urban Psicologist

Adeola Enigbokan

is an artist and urbanist established in Amsterdam. His research practice is based on the theory and methods of environmental psychology, anthropology and historical studies. She conducts research on the urban experience with architects, designers, educators and other social researchers in the neighborhoods of New York, Tel Aviv, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Beijing, Mexico City and Amsterdam. In Piece-Walk / Free Zone, he made a walk through the Garment District of New York, based on the investigation of the living conditions of garment workers between 1930 and 1980. For Under Construction / Working at the New Queens Museum, He designed a participatory public presentation based on eight weeks of work together with a custodian, a curator, a development officer and an artist in the museum. He has a MPhil in Anthropology and Historical Studies from The New School for Social Research, and a Doctorate in Environmental Psychology from the City University of New York, based on his doctoral dissertation, Filing the City: A Guide for the Art of Urban Interventions. She has taught at the Department of Technology, Culture and Society at the University of New York. He currently teaches Urban Sociology at the undergraduate and graduate level at the University of Amsterdam. His writings appear in the Journal of Urbanism, Cultural Geographies, The New Inquiry and Art and the Public Sphere.

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