Katerina Ruedi Ray

Director, School of Art

Ph.D., University of London, UK, Architecture, 1998
MS, with Distinction, History of Modern Architecture, University of London, UK, 1991
AA, Diploma with Honors, Architectural Association, London, UK, 1986
BS, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art/University of Dundee, UK, Architecture, 1978

Areas of Research/Artistic Focus

Bauhaus pedagogy, capitalism, patriarchy, modernization and globalization: History of design education and practice; Chicago architecture; Bertrand Goldberg and Marina City; public art; art and economic development

Creative Work
Re-using ready-made forms and situations in art, design and architecture

Recent Accomplishments

Selected publications
The Dissertation: An Architecture Student's Handbook (2000, with Borden, I.), The Portfolio: An Architecture Student's Handbook (2003, with Marjanovic, I.), and Practical Experience: An Architecture Student's Guide to Internship/Year Out (2004, with Marjanovic, I., all by Architectural Press);
Chicago Architecture: Histories, Revisions, Alternatives (University of Chicago Press, 2005, with Waldheim, C.)
Bauhaus Dream-house: Modernity and Globalization (Routledge, 2010)
Marina City: Bertrand Goldberg's Urban Vision (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010, with Marjanovic, I.).

Selected exhibitions
Chicago: Ten Visions (with Marjanovic, I.,/Readymade Studio), Art Institute of Chicago 2004

Staff member at BGSU since 2002