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Carolyn is a designer and researcher with a background in architecture. 

Interested in possible futures as opposed to probable ones, she synthesizes rigorous research with design fiction, to stretch the fringes of reality and create fragments from alternate worlds that undermine existing binaries and biases. Moving fluidly across the interface between physical and digital space, these materialize as surreal artifacts, animations, images and installations.

She has worked for various international architecture practices, participates in academic conferences, leads design workshops, and has been published and exhibited internationally. She currently holds teaching positions as Adjunct Professor within the School of Design Strategies at Parsons, and was previously a postdoctoral Sawyer Seminar Fellow. Carolyn is also part of the Designed Realities Studio, an interdisciplinary research and teaching platform led by Dunne & Raby that operates across The New School.

Carolyn completed her graduate studies with distinction at the Royal College of Art in London, and previously earned her Bachelor’s degree in Architecture at the University of Nottingham.

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