Historian of Architecture and Urbanism (US / LT)
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Trained as a historian, Kazys Varnelis (varnelise.net) runs a transdisciplinary design practice that encompasses architecture, urbanism, photography, writing, and exhibitions.
He investigates the impact of technology and networks on architecture and cities and produces interventions that straddle the boundaries of art and architecture. With is a co-founder of AUDC (audc.org), a conceptual architecture and media group director of the Network Architecture Lab (networkarchitecturelab.org). His published books include Blue Monday, Networked Publics, the Infrastructural City, and the Philip Johnson Tapes.