Ingrid Ruudi

is a researcher, writer and curator of architecture and visual art. In 2019, she received the Estonian Academy of Arts creativity award for curating the exhibition ‘A Room of One’s Own. Feminist’s Questions to Architecture’.


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Gendered design

Living spaces and gender relations in Estonian homes

Whose rules determine how space is used or shared? Whose identity does a room express? The home is the place where power relations are established and contested. Ingrid Ruudi looks at how modern living space has shaped and been shaped by gender roles in Estonia.

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