Julia Wieger works in art and architecture. Her work is concerned with queer feminist productions of space, archive politics, and history writing, as well as collective approaches to research, knowledge production, and design. She taught/worked/researched at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and the IZK at TU Graz. From 2014-16 she was part of the transdisciplinary research project “Spaces of Commoning” at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. From 2012-17 she was a member of the board of VBKÖ – an artist run queer feminist art space in Vienna. Together with Nina Höchtl, she founded the working group Secretariat for Ghosts Archival Politics and Gaps (www.skgal.org) in 2012. Wieger is currently an adjunct researcher for the Department of Ultimology (www.departmentofultimology.com). A reworked and extended version of Kitchen Politics was published in Architecture and Feminisms. Ecologies, Economies, Technologies, edited by Hélène Frichot, Catharina Gabrielsson, Helen Runting published by Routledge, 2018.