Dubravka Sekulić is an architect, theorist, and educator. She is interested in how power is inscribed in and by spatial relations across scales and how solidarity and anticolonial struggle are spatially informed, using nonalignment as one of the lenses for this inquiry. Dubravka holds a PhD from the Institute for History and Theory of Architecture at ETH Zurich on the relationship between the Yugoslav construction industry and the Non-Aligned Movement. Before joining the School of Architecture, Royal College of Art, London as a Senior Tutor in 2020, she was an Assistant Professor at the IZK – Institute for Contemporary Art, Graz Technical Univerity. She is the author of several books, including Glotzt Nicht So Romantisch! On Extralegal Space in Belgrade (Jan van Eyck Academie, 2012), and most recently she collaborated with artist and filmmaker Ana Hušman on Don’t Trace, Draw! (2020), a film exploring the spatial legacy of the Yugoslav pedagogical reform. She is a founding member of the Parity Group at ETH and continues to work with Charlotte Malterre-Barthes on the Curriculum Revolution.