The Shenzen Biennial of Urbanism/Architecture opened on Dec 22, 2019, and an exhibit I worked on in conjunction with Ben Aranda and a group of Cooper Union students was an intergral part of the Biennial.

A recent focus of much of my work has been examining the ethical implications of technology, both intended and unintended. This article on Coooper’s website takes a look at a few of my recent projects and courses, as well as some other efforts at Cooper in this area.

In the spring semester of 2019, Taylor Woods and I co-taught this years iteration of Data Science and Design Projects for Social Good.

Graduating art student Aden Bailey held her senior show, Interstice, on April 23rd. As part of this show, Aden curated many pieces that students have done in a couple of my interdisciplinary courses this year. Below are some pieces from the Data Science and Design Projects for Social Good course, (co-intructor Taylor Woods), and the Generative Machine Learning for Architecture course (co-instructor Ben Aranda).

I was recently named the CV Starr Distinguished Research Professor. For more details, have a look here