appearances

2013

October 21

Alternate Realities, California College of the Arts

April 26

Conflicts of Interests, Columbia University

February 22

Networked Publics, or Pareto's Revenge,  Space, Hierarchy, and Power in Humanistic Research Symposium, Penn Humanities Forum 

February 11

Peepers, Flashers, and Other Law Breakers, Architecture and the Law Series, Columbia University

2012

July 19

Conversations in Context, Philip Johnson Glass House

April 28

Situated Technologies: Beneath and Beyond Big Data, Architectural League of New York 

February 6

How do you Break the Law? Architecture and Copyright, Architecture and the Law Series, Columbia University

2011

December 2

Driving in the Smart City, Smart Cities Expo World Congress, Barcelona, Spain

November 11

Too Big to Fail? Megacities and the Threat of Complexity, Universidad de Valparaíso, Valparaíso, Chile

June 14

The Financialized City, Metropolis Program, Centre de Cultura Contemporània, Barcelona, Spain

June 2

Signal Traffic: Art, Infrastructure, and Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara

May 20

Network Culture and Space, Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas, Vilnius, Lithuania

May 19

New Paradigms in the University: The Netlab and Studio-X, ARCHITEKTŪROS [pokalbių] FONDAS, Vilnius, Lithuania

March 8

Critical Futures, Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York

February 19

Thinking Big: Diagrams, Mediascapes, and Megastructures (Architecture of Kevin Roche), Yale University 

January 31

After the Archive, On Experimental Writing, Canadian Center for Architecture

2010

November 24

Design and Existential Risk, Parsons the New School for Design

October 14

Who Owns Images? (with Thomas Demand and Geeta Deyal), Frieze Talks

October 12

This Will Kill That, Keynote Talk, Once Upon a Place: Haunted Houses and Imaginary Cities, Lisbon, Portugal

October 9

Moderator, 10x10x10 Image Architecture Now, Woodbury University, Los Angeles

September 23

Future Cities, Luzio Taskas/Breaking Point, Palanga, Lithuania 

May 25

Recent Work, Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania

March 25

Networked Ecologies, Future of Urbanism Conference, University of Michigan 

 

2009

November 24

Complexity and Contradiction in Infrastructure, Lectures in Planning Series, Program in Urban Planning, Columbia University

November 21

Infrastructure and the Future: Assessing the Architect's Role, School of Architecture, Northeastern University, Boston

November 17

Properties of Networked Publics, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College

November 14

Looking for Precipice, Shockwave Riders: Collective Intelligence and Transdisciplinary Pedagogy, Parsons

November 12

The Infrastructural City and its Discontents, Visualing Infrastructure Lecture Series, New Jersey Institute of Technology

October 28

The Infrastructure of Urban Ecologies 6.30pm Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation.

October 26.

Keynote Address, "Pipes and sponges, Reconceptualizing Mobility Infrastructures" IUAV Venice.

October 13

Network Culture. A Changing Context for Design. Design Criticism MFA Department, School of Visual Arts, 136 West 21st Street, New York, 2nd floor, 6:00–8:00 p.m.

September 22

The Infrastructural City. The Studio for Urban Projects and SFMOMA Architecture and Design Forum. 6.30pm SFMOMA, San Francisco

April 24

Cambridge Talks, III, Harvard GSD

April 8

Blogitecture, HTC Forum, MIT

April 1

Collapse! Architecture, Networks, and Economies, University of Limerick School of Architecture

February 9

Advancing Architectural Research, Columbia GSAPP

2008

October 28

Rapid Response: Collapse! Columbia University GSAPP, Studio-X

September 23

Architecture and Seduction: Bachelor Pads and Sex Machines, UCLA Hammer Museum

April 10

University of Houston

February 1

Clemson University

January 21

"Future Cities" Panel, DLD Conference, Munich

2007

October 15

"The City Unplugged" Panel, Columbia University GSAPP

April 12

Studioscape Design Pedagogy Conference, Harvard Graduate School of Design

April 7

Desert Tourism Conference, Harvard Graduate School of Design

2006

November 20

Desert America, Columbia University

October 19-21

Architecture and Situated Technologies Symposium, the Architectural League, New York

October 7

Presentation on AUDC's work in Verb, ACTAR openhousenewyork event, Van Alen institute, New York

April 29

Networked Publics DIY Conference and Media Festival, Annenberg Center for Communication, University of Southern California

February 18

Johnson's Empire, Philip Johnson Symposium, Yale University

2005

April 18

From Archizoom to AUDC, Lecture, University of Washington, Seattle

April 6

Archizoom, the Eclipse of the Visual, and the Obsolescence of the Metropolis, Society of Architectural Historians Conference, Vancouver

March 3

Smart Maps and Intelligent Locations, with Laura Kurgan, Lecture, the Architectural League, New York

2004

December 5

From Ether to Quartzsite, AUDC presentation, Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, New Spaces, New Cartographers series, the Mountain, 473 Gin Ling Way, Chinatown, Los Angeles.

November 11

AUDC Lecture via DVD, Connects the Dots discussion, Fine Arts Division, Prentis Hall, Columbia University, New York City, 7pm. October-December Kazys curates New Spaces, New Cartographers, a lecture series for the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design.

September

The Stimulus Progression, The Gardenlab Experiment, Art Center College of Design, a project with AUDC. The Most Expensive Place in North America, Connect the Dots, a project with AUDC.

May 2

Los Angeles at the Limits Lecture, Cal Poly Pomona

April 24

Bus Tour, California's Owens River Valley, with the Center for Land Use Interpretation

April 10

Opening, show on the Owens River Valley in collaboration with the Center for Land Use Interpretation, CLUI gallery, 9331 Venice Blvd, Culver City, CA, 7pm.

March 24

Examining the Museum's Role, Panel Discussion at SCI-Arc

2003

November 22

The Authentic Eye, lecture at Architecture History Pedagogy conference, MIT History Theory Criticism program