Carl Fraser completed his diploma in Architecture (Part II) at the Architectural Association in 2007.
He completed his PhD at The University of Sheffield in 2016 on “Protest in Contested Public Space” in 2016.
His work investigates the cultural and social development of alternative practices in their relation to our understanding of urban spaces of cultural exchange.
He is a member of the White Rose Society and has been a contributing speaker at the Theoretical Currents II conference series (Lincoln University, 2012) and the Text Cities series (University of Hertfordshire, 2015). He has also been an organiser and contributor in the Common Grounds (II) series (2012), The Lines of Flight series (University of Sheffield 2012) and the Mapping Agencies international workshop (Faculté d’architecture de l’ULB, 2013), As well as an invited speaker at the Contested Spaces round-table discussion (Central St. Martins – UAL, London Festival of Architecture, 2014).