Pablo De Miguel is a writer and researcher based in London. Much of Pablo's work concerns abandoned places, and the act of walking through them. That variety of walking is bound up in questions of art theory, and much of it takes on a literary-charged cast. His recent work examines place-making in the art of Louise Bourgeois or equates a derelict bullpen to Marcel Duchamp’s ‘The Large Glass’.
Pablo researches art and architecture in an urban planning firm for a living. Before that, he worked in a small theatre in South London, and earlier still, he read International Relations at the London School of Economics, where he earned the Philip Noel-Baker Prize for best dissertation.