Gabu Heindl, architect and urbanist, has worked on a series of projects on the politics of remembrance in public space at the intersection of art, architecture and activism – based on political analysis and aiming at public engagement. Author of the winning project The Monument May Be A Forest in the controversial 2015 competition From Those You Saved in Warsaw for a monument „dedicated to Poles who saved Jews during the Shoah” (with E. Freudmann). Her architectural office GABU Heindl Architektur spezialises in public buildings, cooperative housing, urban planning and critical urban research. Her new book deals with architecture and urban planning from the perspective of radical democracy. She teaches in Sheffield and Vienna.