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Rachel Iampolski



Rachel is a producer and arts administrator interested in subversive practices within the public realm, working on the unceded lands of Kulin Nation. She is completing a PhD exploring alternative socio-spatial use of public space from a heritage framework and the impact it has on the ambience of a city. She is interested in the nexus between the formal and informal city, and how this plays out in the use, meaning-making, and governance of ‘place’. Rachel runs a small tactical urbanism lab called Public Street, and is driven by collaborative, subversive, interdisciplinary and alternative practice (both in mode and outcome) that is reflective of the depth, complexity and beautiful chaos of public space.

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