Jennifer Sigler

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Jennifer Sigler is an American editor, formerly based in Rotterdam. She is currently Editor in Chief at Harvard Graduate School of Design, where she oversees Harvard Design Magazine[1], The Incidents, and other publications.[2]

While in Rotterdam, Sigler was editor of Rem Koolhaas's seminal monograph S,M,L,XL (1995), and other works,[3][4] she went on to found the Berlage Institute's[5] journal, HUNCH, in collaboration with architect Wiel Arets, and to edit its first seven issues.[6][7][8]

Later, she collaborated with The Why Factory, a think tank at TU Delft run by Winy Maas; The Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art; Dutch Design Fashion Architecture (DutchDFA); the Rotterdamse Schouwburg; and REX Architecture; among others.[9] From 2008—2010 she was editor and event curator of the 4th International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam (IABR), Open City, curated by Kees Christiaanse, and co-editor of the book Open City: Designing Coexistence (SUN Publishers, 2009), she is also the recipient of a grant by the Dutch Fund for Art and Architecture for her research into Domestic Labor and Design.

Today, Sigler lives in Cambridge, MA.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Harvard Design Magazine".
  2. ^ "VERY FEEL » Blog Archive » Editalk with Jen Sigler".
  3. ^ "Index Magazine".
  4. ^ "index A to Z: Art, Design, Fashion, Film, and Music in the Indie Era: Bob Nickas, Bruce LaBruce, Peter Halley, Wendy Vogel, Rachel K. Ward: 9780847842445: Amazon.com: Books".
  5. ^ "The Berlage".
  6. ^ "hunch 3. the Berlage Institute report".
  7. ^ "Hunch".
  8. ^ "Hunch".
  9. ^ "Who is Architecture: The 2009 Domus China Interviews: Conversations on the Borders of Building: Mark Wigley, Barry Bergdoll, Michael Rock, Brendan McGetrick: 9789881881663: Amazon.com: Books".