Sean Keller is associate professor and Director of History and Theory at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He is a historian and critic of modern and contemporary architecture, with a focus on the relationship of architecture and technology after 1945. His work has been recognized by a Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant and the 2009 Winterhouse Award for Design Writing and Criticism. He is a trustee of the Graham Foundation and a Fellow at the Neubauer Collegium at the University of Chicago. He is a frequent contributor to Artforum and has written for numerous anthologies and journals, including Grey Room, Perspecta, Journal of Architectural Education, and Art Journal. He has two books forthcoming: Automatic Architecture: Motivating Form After Modernism (University of Chicago Press) and—with Christine Mehring—Munich ’72: Olympian Art and Architecture (Yale University Press).