Simona Castricum’s music and architecture practice explores borderline spaces between belonging, euphoria, desolation and aggression – tied together by narratives of nonconformity, queer cities, gender and relationships. She is a Ph.D. candidate in architecture at the University of Melbourne School of Design and broadcaster on Melbourne community radio station PBS. Simona has written for The Guardian, Vice, i-D and Archer. She is academically published in Routledge’s ‘Architecture & Culture’, The Lifted Brow and ARM Architecture’s design monograph ‘Mongrel Rapture’. Her short memoirs appear in ‘From the Heart: Women of Letters’ and ‘Doing It: Women Tell the Truth About Great Sex’.
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