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Todd Gannon Publishes in LOG, SAGE Architectural Theory Handbook

The newly released Log 24: Architecture Criticism journal includes an essay by SCI-Arc Cultural Studies Coordinator Todd Gannon. "Of Raspberries, Rawhide, and Rhetoric" deconstructs Jason Payne's "Rawhide: The New Shingle Style" exhibition, a site-specific installation designed for the SCI-Arc Gallery in summer 2011. Payne, who heads Los Angeles based Hirsuta, is a SCI-Arc alumnus.

The current Winter/Spring issue of Log also includes essays by Jeff Kipnis, Anthony Vidler, Charles Jencks, Craig Buckley, Sylvia Lavin, and Daniel Sherer, as well as other contributions from Rome, Athens, Ningbo, London, New York, and Los Angeles. Click here to read more.

Gannon also recently co-authored, with N. Katherine Hayles, the feature "Virtual Architecture Actual Media" for The SAGE Handbook of Architectural Theory, published earlier this year by SAGE Press in London. Click here to purchase.

Todd Gannon is a registered architect, writer and curator based in Los Angeles. A graduate of The Ohio State University (BS Arch, M.Arch) and UCLA (PhD.), he taught at Ohio State, Otis College, and UCLA before joining the faculty at SCI-Arc in 2008. He currently teaches history, theory, and the occasional design studio, and serves as Graduate Thesis Research Advisor and Cultural Studies Coordinator.