Marie-Ange Brayer is senior curator of the Design and industrial Prospective Department at the Mnam-Cci, Centre Pompidou, Paris. Doctor of History of Art and Architecture, she has been director of the Frac Centre (Fonds régional d’art contemporain) in Orléans, France (1996-2014) where the collection is dedicated to experimental architecture. In 1999 she founded, with Frédéric Migayrou, the international event ArchiLab. In 2002, she curated with Béatrice Simonot the French Pavilion at the Biennale of Architecture in Venezia. In 2013, she curated with F. Migayrou « Naturalizing Architecture » (ArchiLab). In 2017, she has curated at the Centre Pompidou the exhibitions « Imprimer le monde » and « Ross Lovegrove ». Recognized in the field of radical architecture as well as the digital technologies in design ad architecture, Marie-Ange Brayer has organized a lot of exhibitions and published numerous articles in magazines and catalogs ; she gave also regularly lectures in France and abroad.