Recent Visitor: Meg Studer
Meg Studer is a designer, researcher, and historian with a focus on the administrative and quantitative tools of territorial construction. Her recent research includes articles on environmental accounting and climate control in antebellum Boston and, this fall, an exhibition and lecture series on the aerial, global (and dystopian) cartographic imagination cultivated between WWII and Apollo-8. Meg holds MAs in history and theory from the Architectural Association and Columbia University, as well as an MLA from the University of Pennsylvania. She currently leads Siteations studio and is a MA candidate in Interactive Telecommunications at New York University.