The conversation centres around  the urban fabric of a devided city, modernism in construction, utopism, materials and objects as archives and documenting as an artist practice in Benji Boyadgian’s works.

Benji Boyadgian

Benji Boyadgian, born in Jerusalem in 1983, studied architecture at the ENSAPLV School of Architecture (L’Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris La Villette), specializing in urban sociology in post-conflict areas. Boyadgian works on research-based projects that explore themes revolving around perception, heritage, territory, architecture and landscape. He works with multiple media, employing painting and drawing as his primary tools and site-specific installations as a means of integrating into space and context.