LABORATORY FOR THE URBAN COMMONS (LUC), Athens
Pegy Zali is an architect and an artist based in Athens. Her work is a study of the dynamics of unsettled and abnormal collective actions. Her practice develops through collaborations between artists, curators, researchers and “unskilled” friends. She has received a degree from the Architectural School, N.T.U.A, an MA in Architectural Research from the same university and an MA in curating in London. Currently she is a scholar of the State Scholarships Foundation for developing her PhD research. Pegy is co-founder of the architecture and artistic research collective Laboratory for the Urban Commons and the  (brackets), which is a method of forming fluid collaborations in the cracks of contemporary artistic practice. She has been part of the art group KERNEL and the architectural collective Nomadic Architecture; she is a fellow of the ARTWORKS 2018 programme.
University of Northampton, Spring 2024