“Walverwandtschaften – Munich Zurich Boston” are a curatorial team including Cordula Rau, Eberhard Tröger and Ole W. Fischer.

Cordula Rau, born in 1961, is an architect, author, curator and free journalist in Munich.
She publishes in architectural journals and daily newspapers. Further focuses of her freelance work are public relations, marketing and presentations in the fields architecture, art and design. Her book “Why Do Architects Wear Black?” was recently published by the publishing company Springer Verlag Wien New York.

Eberhard Tröger, born in 1969, is an architect, author, curator and lecturer at the university in Zurich.
He studied architecture at the TU Berlin and got a further degree in “Theory and History of Architecture” at the institute gta at the ETH Zurich. In addition to numerous publications in specialised press, curatorships for exhibitions and symposiums, university teaching assignments and presentations, he has been teaching architecture and design at the ETH Zurich since 2006.

Dr. Ole W. Fischer, born in 1974, is an architect, theoretician, curator and educator at the university in Boston. He studied architecture at the Bauhaus University Weimar and the ETH Zurich. He taught theory of architecture at the Institute gta of ETH from 2002-2008 where he also obtained his PhD. He was awarded with several international fellowships and research grants. Since 2009 he is a research fellow at Harvard Graduate School of Design and since 2010 visiting professor for history, theory, criticism of architecture at MIT, USA.