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Project Collaborator

Sean Keller

Associate Professor of Architecture, Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives Illinois Institute of Technology


Professor Keller is a historian and critic of modern and contemporary architecture, with a focus on the relationship of architecture and technology after 1945. He is the author of Automatic Architecture: Motivating Form After Modernism and has written for numerous anthologies and journals. His work has been recognized by a Warhol Grant and a Winterhouse Award for Design Writing and Criticism. His next book focuses on the architecture, art, and landscape of the 1972 Olympics in Munich, and is forthcoming from Yale University Press. Keller is an invited speaker throughout the United States and Europe. He has taught at Harvard, Yale, and the University of Chicago, where he has been a fellow of both the Neubauer Collegium and the Franke Institute for the Humanities. He is a trustee of the Graham Foundation.

For more information, please visit his faculty profile.


Jason Salavon, All the Ways (Couch Gag), 2016.

Critical Computation: Machine Learning and Questions of Quality in Art and Design

2016 – 2018