In her teaching and research Sandra Bartoli focuses on sites of the entanglement of nature and city, such as Tiergarten in Berlin, a transgressive example of place, which leads to new definitions and models of what is “urban” under the challenge of the Anthropocene. In 2019, Bartoli co-edited the book Tiergarten: Landscape of Transgression (Park Books) with Jörg Stollmann. From 2017 to 2018, Bartoli began work on the research theme “The City’s Future Natural History” as an Endowed Professor for Visionary Forms of Cities at the Institute for Art and Architecture, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She is co-editor of Licht Luft Scheisse – Archaeologies of Sustainability and Licht Luft Scheisse – Über Natur (adocs Verlag, 2020), with Silvan Linden and Florian Wüst. The publications form the outcome of a research project started in 2014 exploring an environmental history of architecture that concluded with two homonymous exhibitions curated by the trio in Berlin in 2019 at the Botanical Garden Museum and the neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK). The publication Archaeologies of Sustainability in particular includes 171 contributions consisting of images, documents, texts, and artworks from the last two centuries. The project was financed by the German Federal Cultural Foundation and the Lotto Stiftung. Bartoli is co-editor with Silvan Linden of the ongoing publication series AG Architekur in Gebrauch (adocs Verlag) in which concepts of “use” are explored as an aesthetic category that informs the development and transformation of architectural space.