Updated April, 2015


After 5 years and a brief foray into tax havenry, I have decided to bring Experiments for Architecture and Research to a close. This website will continue to operate as a collection of writing and research projects as the yet-to-be-designed www.jordan-carver.org.
  Some recent projects include The Aesthetics of Citizenship, a symposium organized at the University at Buffalo in conjunction with the Peter Reyner Banham Fellowship and a WBYA? installation at the Istanbul Design Biennial.
  Recent writing includes an essay in Thresholds on the curious world of secret art storage, a short piece in CLOG on incarceration and communication deprivation, an essay in Volume on the spatial politics of abortion policies, and an edited book of Rem Koolhaas' lectures on contemporary preservation practices.
  Forthcoming projects include two essays co-authored with Mabel Wilson published in The Architect as Worker and The Gulf: High Culture/Hard Labor edited by Peggy Deamer and Andrew Ross, respectively, and an edited collection of essays stemming from The Aesthetics of Citizenship symposium.


Please feel free to contact me at jordan @ jordan-carver . org


Thank you for visiting,
Jordan