Marina Rodríguez das Neves is a Doctor of Design candidate at Florida International University (FIU). She earned her Masters degree in the History and Culture of Architecture and the City from Torcuato Di Tella University in 2020, and her Undergraduate degree in Architecture from the National University of La Plata (UNLP) in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2010.
She has taught courses in Architectural Design, Theory and History of Architecture at the UNLP and the Master’s Project course at FIU. She has also been a member of the DigitalFUTURES Young committee since 2020.
Marina’s interests have focused on architectural design, critical theory and philosophy. Her Masters dissertation, “History as Invention: Architecture of Mobile Artifacts”, was recommended to be published.
Marina’s work examines emerging technologies residing at the interface of digital and material processes. She has won several architectural competitions in Argentina and Russia. Her professional and theoretical work has been presented at numerous conferences, art galleries, exhibitions, books and scientific publications.