September - December 2010
Aron Vinegar is associate professor in the department of history of art at Ohio State University. His primary interests are in the history of modern architecture, photography, theory, and historiography. He is the author of I AM A MONUMENT: On Learning from Las Vegas (2008). He is also the co-editor of Relearning from Las Vegas (2009) and the editor of The Concept of the Horizon and the Limits of Representation (forthcoming 2011). At the Clark he will be working on his book about the relationship between bodily habit and architectural habitation in contemporary theory and philosophy.