Brendan Sullivan Shea
Visiting Assistant Professor
M. Arch, Princeton University School of Architecture
BA Architectural Studies, University of California Los Angeles
Brendan Sullivan Shea is an architectural designer, educator, and author. His work focuses on techniques of representation as historical and conceptual platforms and examines how they relate to the production, construction, and pedagogy of architecture.
He is a creator of Reimaging, a collective that cultivates representational futures for architectural operating systems, a co-founder of 2426, a space in Los Angeles that combines the production and exhibition of new architectural works, as well as a co-director of Roundhouse, a curatorial platform investigating change in the cultural commons and urban sphere. His scholarly work has been published in a variety of journals and his curatorial collaborations have been supported by Wikipedia, LA as Subject, and the University of Southern California.