Aleksandr Delev’s agency engages in internet culture, aesthetics and design to seek new art and architectural production. His work spans architectural design, exhibitions, graphic and meme design and essayistic writing. He has a Bachelor and Master degree in Architecture from Bauhaus-University in Weimar (DE). While working for architectural offices in Munich, Sydney and Berlin, Aleksandr was a founding member of the architectural group ArchitekturApotheke (Leipzig), Magazin Am Strand, and currently he is editing and curating the hyperstitional crypto-pop series on architecture Silicity Protocols. Aleksandr was holder of Sto-Stiftung scholarship while interning for ARCH+ magazine and receiver of stipend for the Seminar Architecture after the Internet organised by the New Centre for Research and Practice. He is based in Berlin.