Sabina Andron (aka Dr Wall) is a London-based urban scholar specializing in creative and transgressive public cultures in the neoliberal city, and visual and semiotic research methods.
Her research interests focus on the right to the city, urban surface inscriptions and materialities, and crime and deviance as forms of urban citizenship. Her first monograph, Graffiti, spatial justice and the city: the surface commons will be published with Routledge in 2023.
Sabina currently teaches at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, where she received her Architectural History PhD in 2018. She was a UCL Grand Challenges grantee and organiser of the international Graffiti Sessions conference in 2014, as well as a British Council fellow at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016. She is the recipient of the 2020 Prosser award for outstanding work in visual methodologies, awarded by the International Visual Sociology Association.