Owen Hopkins is Senior Curator at Sir John Soane’s Museum where he leads the exhibitions and learning teams. Prior to that he was curator of the architecture programme at the Royal Academy of Arts. His interests revolve around the interactions between architecture, politics, technology and society. He is curator of numerous exhibitions including most recently Eric Parry: Drawing (2019), Code Builder (with Mamou-Mani Architects), Out of Character (with Studio MUTT), The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture (all 2018) and Adam Nathaniel Furman: The Roman Singularity (2017). He is author of five books, including Lost Futures (2017), Mavericks (2016) and From the Shadows (2015), and is is editor of five volumes/series of essays. He is a frequent commentator on architecture in the press, having written for a range of publications including Dezeen, The Architectural Review, domus, Blueprint and Icon.