Christoph Solstreif-Pirker is an architect and transdisciplinary researcher crossing cultural studies, political ecology and spatial theory, and a practicing artist working on performance, painting, drawing, music, and text. He is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Architecture and Landscape at the Graz University of Technology, Austria, and Post-Graduate Researcher at the Global Center for Advanced Studies – GCAS College, Dublin. He completed his Ph.D. in artistic research and contemporary art under the supervision of Milica Tomić and Henk Slager. His research interests include (post-)anthropocenic subjectivity, trauma, political ecology, performative research, non-philosophy, ecofeminism, copoiesis, psychoanalysis, continental philosophy, art theory, and their connection to architecture and the wider planetary space. His work has appeared in publications including GAM – Graz Architecture Magazine, Ruukku: Studies in Artistic Research, and JAR: Journal for Artistic Research. He is currently preparing a monograph on the mutual interplay of subject and nature, emotion and space, brutality and cure, Self and Otherness, titled Digging in the Dirt – Investigative Approaches to a Planetary Trauma.