Lecture: The Architecture of the Counter Culture: Archigram to Ant Farm and Beyond
Founder and Editor-In-Chief of The Architect’s Newspaper
The paper highlights the latest design projects and commissions, unfolding politics and debate, current events and cultural developments on architecture, urban design and planning. He has organized, curated and written catalogues for exhibitions on architecture and urbanism for venues in the U.S., England and Europe, including; Archigram: Experimental Architecture 1961-1974, Superstudio Life Without Object’s (It’s catalog will be republished in 2017), FRAC Orleans: Experimental Architecture 1964-2000, Space Invaders, Forever Modern: Fifty Years of Record Houses, Shrinking Cities and The Vienna Model: Housing for the 21st Century at The Austrian Cultural Forum in 2013 and 2014. In 2008 he was Commissioner and co-curator of the U.S. Pavilion at The Venice Architecture biennale with the exhibition Into the Open: Positioning Practice. He co-authored and edited (with Aaron Levy) the books Four Conversations on the Architecture Of Discourse: Venice, New York, London and Chicago and Architecture on Display: On The History of the Venice Biennale of Architecture. (Both published by Architectural Association). His essay Mr. Mumford's Neighborhood appeared in the book Forty Ways To Think About Architecture (Routledge) and an essay on architectural editing appeared in the journal Clog in 2013. Finally, his writings have appeared in various publications including The Architect’s Newspaper, The Society of Architectural Historians, Journal of Architectural Education, Monocle, il giornale del archittetura, Architects Journal, Newsday, Yale Perspecta and Time Out New York. He was a Visiting Scholar at the University of California, Berkeley 2011 and the President of the Board of The Architecture Lobby and Tenured Professor at Pratt Institute.
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