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.





The conversation between Agnes Stillger (Villa Romana, Florence) and Benji Boyadgian centres around the urban fabric of a divided city, modernism in construction, utopism, materials and objects as archives and documenting as an artistic practice.

Reverberations of a Pandemic

Conversation: Benji Boyadgian and Agnes Stillger