Aysha Amin (b. 1996) is an artist, curator and architecture student who lives and works in Aarhus. She is the co-founder and manager of Andromeda8220. She is a correspondent contributor to the architecture magazine The Funambulist (Paris), the co-curator of CAFx Aarhus Architecture Festival and project manager of Vi Fællesskaber Vores By. Since 2018 her projects have been presented in venues across Denmark and internationally, most notably at Nikolaj Kunsthal (2022), Art Hub Copenhagen (2021), in the digital platform “Hydrocapsules.love” at the 11. Berlin Biennale (2020) and in “Dimensions of Citizenship” in the United States Pavilion of the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale
Aysha Amin works with archiving practices, politics within architecture and art exhibitions for the past 10 years. For the past 3 years, developing the education program and platform Vi Fællesskaber Vores By, she advocates for more cross-disciplinary, and anti-disciplinary collaboration within city development and the importance of designing with the next generation, through decentralized hybrid perspectives.By integrating the investor, housing associations, architects and the local expertise in a professional process based collaboration, through workshops, commissions and exhibitions – Aysha Amin shows solidarity can be daring to imagine new ways of architecting.