marie-louise richards is an architect, lecturer and researcher at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Her work explores invisibility as embodiment, a critical strategy and a spatial category through methods of architectural and artistic practice, curatorial practice, and writing. Recent work includes: Banana-Split: a (Black) Power Walk, short-film, part of Power Walk (Air) Mossutställningar/Public Art Agency Sweden (2020) Out of Line: Erasure and vulnerability as sites of subversion in, Archifutures: “Agency” Vol. 6 (2020), Hyper-visible Invisibility: Tracing the Politics, Poetics and Affects of the Unseen, in Field Journal: Becoming a Feminist Architect, Vol. 7(2017). Together with Natália Rebelo and Rado Ištok, she is part of the collaborative research project Spaces of Care, Disobedience and Desire: Tactics of Minority Space-Making