Marilia Kaisar

Graduate Student, PhD Program
Storytelling, Smartphones, Speculative Design, Architectural Space, Urban Studies, Immersive Environments, Forensic Architecture, Critical Geographies, Digital Mapping, Multimedia Storytelling, Desire, Consumption, Eroticism and Sexuality, Feminist and Queer Theory, Augmented Reality
Marilia Kaisar is a Greek architect, artist, writer and theorist. She holds an M.A in Media Studies (2018) from Pratt Institute, for which she was awarded the Award of Excellence in Academic Achievement and the Graduate Student Engagement Fund. She also holds an MSc in Architecture Engineering (2015) from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece. She has worked as a film critic at Film Noir and kulturosoupa.gr and has published her work in Greek Architects, Film Noir, Taste of Cinema and Mark Magazine. Her experimental multidisciplinary practice is focused on the intersection between media theory and architectural space with a special focus towards embodiment, movement, global flows, and the evolution of storytelling.. Kaisar’s work is truly interdisciplinary and brings together a keen interest in theories of space and subjectivity with a record as an artist who creates theoretically sophisticated investigations of the links between space, new technology, desire and storytelling.
Education and Training: 
M.A in Media Studies, Pratt Institute, New York, US
MSc in Architecture Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece