Foundations and Disruptions

Filed Under: Form, Roundtables

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Bradley Cantrell is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architectural Technology and the MLA Program Director at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His work focuses on the role of computation and media in environmental and ecological design.

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Matthew Claudel is a designer, researcher and writer. He co-founded the MITdesignX program, where he is the Head of Civic Innovation. Matthew has co-authored two books, Open Source Architecture and The City of Tomorrow, in addition to dozens of articles and chapters.

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Adam Greenfield is a London-based writer and urbanist. His most recent book is Radical Technologies: the Design of Everyday Life (Verso, 2017).

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Miriam Ho is a writer, editor, installation artist and architectural designer based in Toronto. She also writes fiction and narrative essays. She previously worked for internationally renowned architects Philip Beesley and Shigeru Ban.

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Ruth Jones is a writer, editor, and curator currently based in Toronto. She holds a PhD in French from UCLA and has previously taught courses on urbanism, infrastructure, and narrative at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, CA.

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Fiona McDermott is a PhD candidate at CONNECT, the Research Center for Future Communications and Networks at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and formerly a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the New School in New York City.

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Aisling O’Carroll is a licensed landscape architect, trained in both architecture and landscape architecture. She is currently completing her PhD in Architectural Design at The Bartlett School of Architecture, exploring critical approaches to preservation as design, addressing the relations between history, narrative, and representation in architecture, landscape, and hybrids of the two.

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Marie van Zeyl holds a BA from Trinity College, University of Toronto, and an MBA in Arts and Cultural Management from the Institut d’Études Supérieures des Arts in Paris, France. Fascinated by the intersection of technology and the visual arts, Marie wrote her Master’s thesis on collecting web browser art.

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David Zielnicki is an instructor at the School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture (SALA) at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Prior to joining SALA, David received his post-professional MLA II degree with distinction from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and his BSLA from Cornell University.
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