There Are No Facts

There Are No Facts examines the uncommon ground we share in a post-truth world. It unpacks how attentive algorithms and extractive data practices are shaping space, influencing behavior, and colonizing everyday life.

Bias in Urban Research

A chapter I contributed to the Routledge Companion to Smart Cities, edited by Katharine Willis and Alessandro Aurigi.

Geographies of Information

Predictive Geographies, in New Geographies 7: Geographies of Information. Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD).

Beyond the Smart City

Everyday entanglements of technology and urban life. An essay for Harvard Design Magazine's issue on Urbanism's Core (HDM 37).

Pro+agonist: The Art of Opposition

Structures of Discord, a visual essay that articulates spatial structures of contest and conflict, appears In Pro+agonist: The Art of Opposition, edited by Marisa Jahn.

Surviving in the Sentient City

Inscribing a Square: Urban Data as Public Space, edited by Dietmar Offenhuber and Katja Schechtner, arose from the Sensing Place / Placing Sense symposium that took place during the 2011 Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria. I contributed an interview with the editors on the Sentient City Survival Kit

Open Source Architecture

An op-ed piece on open source architecture for Domus magazine organized by Carlo Ratti that I contributed to with Paola Antonelli, Adam Bly, Lucas Dietrich, Joseph Grima, Dan Hill, John Habraken, Alex Haw, John Maeda, Nicholas Negroponte, Hans Ulrich Obrist,…

Sentient City

Sentient City: ubiquitous computing, architecture and the future of public space is an edited volume of case studies and essays that critically address the evolving relations between contemporary technologies and urban life.

Urban Computing and its Discontents

The first pamphlet in the Situated Technologies Pamphlets Series, co-authored with Adam Greenfield, is an overview of the key issues, historical precedents, and contemporary approaches surrounding the design of situated technologies and inhabiting cities populated by them. 

Situated Technologies Pamphlets

The Situated Technologies Pamphlets Series extends a discourse initiated in the summer of 2006 by a three-month-long discussion on the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) mailing list, which culminated in the Architecture and Situated Technologies symposium.