Keren Kuenberg


My practice is situated at the intersection of the built environment, archives, exhibitions, and politics, in various interactive formats. Working to expand how architecture knowledge is understood, documented, and presented and how it can communicate with a wider public.

London based, working on
that investigate multi-narrative histories through the use of 3D scan technology, and interactive interfaces. An associate lecturer in Media Studies, MA Architecture, Royal College of Art School of Architecture, while giving workshops at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, Université de Montréal, Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, and more. Previously worked as a curatorial fellow at the (incredible) Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montréal, Canada. Research and production of the film
for the “Bauhaus Imaginista” exhibition in the HKW, Berlin. Co-curated the exhibition
for Jerusalem Design Week, as well as worked on several exhibitions at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem as an assistant curator for design and architecture. Created alternative digital archives for Negev Coexistence Forum for Civil Equality (NCF), Bezalel Architecture Archive, as well worked (three years) as a research assistant at Ben Gurion University of the Negev and created the
ISPADA digital archive
.

One of my research interests are the architecture relations between Israel and many sub-Saharan African countries (focusing mainly on Ethiopia and Nigeria), which started in my final project
in Bezalel Academy for Arts and Design, Jerusalem and continued by teaching the conservation design unit focusing on the Ethiopian building project in Zion. The on-going research was accompanied with tours for academics and wide audiences, also as part of “
Open House Jerusalem”
(and Tel Aviv) that I curated and co-produced that led to site-specific projects such as the



The full website is under construction, you are welcome to contact me for future collaboration, inquiries or just to say hey here: keren.k.berg@gmail.com or Instagram. © 2021 Keren Kuenberg. All rights reserved.