Feb 172013

Edward Keller is the Director of the Center for Transformative Media at The New School, and Associate
Professor at Parsons The New School for Design. He is a designer, professor, writer, musician and multimedia
artist. Prior to joining Parsons, he taught at Columbia Univ. GSAPP [1998-2010] and SCIArc [2004-09]. With
Carla Leitao he co-founded AUM Studio, an architecture and new media firm that has produced residential
projects, competitions, and new media installations in Europe and the US. His work and writing has appeared in
Punctum, Praxis, ANY, AD, Arquine, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Architecture, Parpaings, Precis, Wired,
Metropolis, Assemblage, Ottagono, and Progressive Architecture. Chronomorphology: Active Time in
Architecture, a survey of his graduate design studios at the Columbia GSAP, was published in 2004 by CBA. He
has spoken on architecture, film, technology and ecology internationally. Ed has been an avid rockclimber for over
30 years.

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