- Gregory Cartelli is a researcher and PhD Candidate in the History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University and a consultant-at-large for the design firm Studio Ghraowi. He holds a Certificate in the History of Science from Princeton University, a Masters of Environmental Design from Yale School of Architecture, a BA in Photography from Bard College, and is based in Princeton, NJ and New York City.
- ⮕ Upcoming
- Towards Declassification:
Architecture, Ethnography, and Technique.
Architecture and Nature, Columbia GSAPP PhD in Architecture Symposia.
Fall 2020 postponed
Ethnography, Technology, and the Decline of Regionalism in France
SAH Annual International Conference,
April 27 - May 1, 2022
- Architecture in the Service of Ethnography.
The Observers Observed: Architectural Uses of Ethnography. Het Nieuwe Instituut.
November 24+25, 2021
- "Manipulating Fabrics: The Utility of the Organic"
in Life Forms: Essays on the Artwork of Andreas Greiner, and the Display, Synthesis, and Simulation of Life. Köln: Snoeck, 2020:42-58
- "The Language Between Organism and Organization"
6th Forum Architekturwissenschaft
Berlin, DE. November 2019.
- Hagley Library and Archives Exploratory Grant
Thomas Lamb Papers
Wilmington, Delaware. 2019.
- Archival Researcher and Design Consultant
for Hito Steyerl, "Drill"
Park Avenue Armory. New York, NY. 2019.
- Co-organizer of Field Studies
Architecture PhD Colloquium
Princeton, NJ. 2019.