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Urban Research Toolkit: 2009-2013

An interactive map of New York’s historical media infrastructures – from newspaper publishing and delivery, telephone networks, radio antennae, and the electrical grids they depend on, to video arcades, carrier pidgeon cultures, and countercultural zine communities – in order to demonstrate how these material media landscapes have evolved over the course of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries; how contemporaneous networks overlap, complement, or compete with one another; and how older media may have laid a foundation for newer media networks. With Jessica Irish, Jane Pirone, Rory Solomon. As with most digital projects, this one proved very difficult to preserve. Sad.

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Archizines’ Rustling Pages

“Archizines’ Rustling Pages,” Arquine 60 (Summer 2012) [exhibition review; in English, unformatted]

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Click/Scan/Bold: The New Materiality of Architectural Discourse and Its Counter-Publics

“Click/Scan/Bold: The New Materiality of Architectural Discourse and Its Counter-Publics,” Design & Culture 3:3 (November 2011).