Bianca Weeko Martin
Bianca Weeko Martin managed publications for Riverside Architectural Press and led web development, graphic and video editing special projects in addition to designing components for lightweight meshwork installations such as Meander at Tapestry Hall, Cambridge and Threshold at San Jose Airport. She was also involved in the CAST-LASG Workshop at the University of Manitoba and Grove at the 17th Venice Biennale of Architecture. Bianca holds a Master and Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Waterloo. Her thesis work focused on contemporary forms of architectural emplacement, representation and publishing, centered on her father’s ancestral house in the Philippines. She brings various previous experiences from curatorial work at the Art Gallery of Ontario, workshops and education with Shad Canada and the Goethe-Institut Toronto, and architectural internships completed in New York City, Melbourne, and Mexico City. Bianca enjoys exploring different methods of communication in the studio including writing, user interfaces, and quick sketches.