Alejandro Campos
Alejandro Campos

Researcher and Lecturer. Architect at Arqtistic. Creative coder.

Alejandro Campos is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow at the Department of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, where he received EU funding for the project Multiculturalism in the work of Aldo and Hannie van Eyck. Rethinking universalist notions in architecture. 

Alejandro has been always been fascinated by technology, computers, and programming. In 2021, he discovered the fields of Generative art and AI image-synthesis, which have allowed him to connect his interests on art history, aesthethics, architecture and technology in experimental and unexpected ways. Since then, he's been using blockchain technologies and platforms, mainly ETH and Tezos, to create and collect generative and AI artworks.

Moreover, Alejandro is also an Architect, Arqtistic, an architecture office based in Valencia and Ontinyent, Spain. Working with a multidisciplinary perspective, the office has developed a wide range of projects, from built designs to research publications, has received prizes in architectural competitions and its work has been also exhibited and publish

Alejandro specialises in Modern Architecture and the colonial dynamics behind its universalising claims. He collaborates as a Research Associate at the Research Center for Material Culture (Netherlands), Visiting Researcher at the Jaap Bakema Study Centre (Het Nieuwe Instituut), and has previously taught at Technical University Valencia (Spain), Aalto University (Finland) and Universidad Finis Terrae (Chile).