Elvia Wilk

Berlin, Germany

Professional Experience

I find exciting ways to cover architecture, art, technology, and the future. Whether writing about desert architecture in Dubai, reviewing a major painting exhibition, or interviewing MoMA's design curator, I'm never afraid to have an opinion.


Copy Editor
6 Years
6 Years
6 Years


Arts & Humanities
6 Years
Women's Issues
4 Years
4 Years


Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
4 Years
Online/new media
5 Years
Book Publishing Consumer
4 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

6 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

uncube (BauNetz) (10+), frieze (6-10), The Architectural Review (3-5)

Other Work History

Editor: uncube magazine; Copy Editor: Gestalten publishers; Curator: Netherlands Architecture Institute exhibition; Germany correspondent: Architectural Review

Technical Skills

Web design and programming (HTML, JavaScript, MySQL)

Foreign Language Skills

Spanish, Portuguese, German

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Photoshop


Laptop (MacBook Pro), Digital camera (Canon Powershot), Field recorder

Work Permits & Visas

German freelance work permit and two-year visa (with extension)


Upon request.


Grant for writing residency: Banff Center, Canada; Grant for writing residency: Rabbit Island, USA; Residency: HIAP Helsinki



In this interview MoMA design curator Paola Antonelli says design is leading architecture by the hand.
A profile on the Austrian artist Verena Dengler.
An interview with architect and activist Eyal Weizman, who has been called "a rebel on every level".
A review of Ryan Trecartin's "solo" show at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin.
Despite Berlin's undisputed status as a European cultural hub, its inner city is being anesthetised - and is in desparate need of a healthcare plan.
Meet the tech idealists holing up in a UNESCO site to brainstorm a better world - according to Benedictine principles.