Fiona Zisch is an architect and cognitive scientist. Her research explores cognitive ecologies, specifically the cognition and experience of architectural space, with an emphasis on reciprocity and bodies and movement. She has an interest in dance and collaborates with choreographers and dance practitioners, investigating movement across different scales of space and time. In addition to lecturing at studio 2, Fiona runs Pathway 2 ‘Radical Realities’ on the Bartlett School of Architecture’s MArch Design for Performance and Interaction, where she is also Head of History and Theory. She has lectured extensively at a range of architecture schools and teaches Experimental Psychology at UCL. Fiona has published in international journals and has contributed chapters to a number of books.