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Iván-Nicholas Cisneros

Iván-Nicholas Cisneros-Rangel is a Doctoral Student in Architecture at Columbia GSAPP. Cisneros-Rangel is an intellectual agitator if one will, whose metaphysics-based research focuses on defense against the dark arts of knowledge (mis)constructions, pursued through explorations concerning ontologies of Euro-United Statesian empire building epistems and knowledge networks.

Iván-Nicholas completed a Master of Architecture degree at Princeton University; graduated with the certificate in Media + Modernity; the certificate in Urban Policy & Planning from the School of Architecture and Princeton School of Public and International Affairs; earned the School of Architecture History and Theory Prize. Iván-Nicholas holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and minor in History of the Built Environment from the University of California, Berkeley, and earned the Judith Stronach Fellowship and Lyon Prize in Photography. INCR has practiced at numerous design and research fronts, including curatorial, landscape architecture, planning, engineering, and architecture.

When not busy flipping intellectual tables, he enjoys sunning and hugging our terrestrial space rock we call Earth.