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Inam Kula

Inam Kula
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Inam Kula is an architect and activist based in Cape Town. She approaches urban planning and design in post-Apartheid South Africa as an opportunity for integration and decolonization. Her work as a student and as an architect seeks to address the relationship between space and power and to confront uses of architecture that create and reinforce systems of marginalization and exclusion. She holds an honors degree in architecture from the University of Cape Town and is currently pursuing a master’s in architecture. She also holds a postgraduate diploma in planning from the University of Witwatersrand, Johnannesburg.

Born Gugulethu, a township in Cape Town, South Africa; lives in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Biennial Project

Inam Kula contributed to the interview Decolonizing Space: The Case of #RhodesMustFall with Aviwe Manydanda and Yesomi Umolu for the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial publication.