Silvia Perea is an architect, Ph.D., and art and architecture curator. Spanning over 15 years, her career combines researching, teaching, publishing and curating exhibitions. Dr. Perea holds a Master's Degree in Architecture, and a Ph.D., Summa Cum Laude, from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Currently, Dr. Perea is pursuing a Master's Degree in Museum Studies through the Extension School of Harvard University. Between 2008 and 2014, Dr. Perea was affiliated to the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation of Columbia University, where she was Adjunct Professor. Previously, she had taught studio at universities in Spain, Portugal, Brazil, and India. Adding to her academic experience is a solid record of lectures in European, Asian and American countries, as well as the publication of articles in specialized magazines. Dr. Perea has been editor of art and architecture for the Spanish magazine Arquitectura Viva and she is currently external collaborator of Domus Mexico, Center America, and the Caribbean. For the past four years, she has served as curator at The Baker Museum, in Naples, Florida, where she has developed over half a dozen exhibitions and contributed to the development of over 15 more. Through her multifaceted background and practice, Dr. Perea strives to reveal fruitful correspondences between art and architecture aiming at inspiring new and urgent considerations upon both.