Stefan Gruber is an architect, urban designer and founder of STUDIOGRUBER. He currently serves as Associate Professor at the School of Architecture of Carnegie Mellon University. He is a co-curator of the ifa-exhibition An Atlas of Commoning in collaboration with ARCH+ and guest editor of the eponymous publication, as well as co-author of Spaces of Commoning – Artistic Research and the Utopia of the Everyday. His native languages are German and French.
Chun Zheng is an urban designer and PhD researcher in the School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University researching practices of commoning and urban agriculture in the US and China. Her native language is Mandarin.
Helen Young Chang is a writer, art critic and translator. Her native languages are English and Mandarin.