March 2014: McLain Clutter lectures and exhibits Radical Railbanking and Scenarios for Detroit at the BSA as part of the exhibit Rights of Way: Mobility and the City, curated by James Graham and Meredith Miller.
November 2013: A collaboration with Matt Kenyon, McLain Clutter presented Hacking Geodemography: Domestic/Data Occupations is exhibited at Taubman College as part of Research on the City.
November 2013: McLain Clutter publishes “Metro Detroit Faith Territories” in MONU 19, Greater Urbanism.
September 2013: McLain Clutter lectures at the University of Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning.
May 2013: A collaboration with Matt Kenyon, McLain Clutter presented Hacking Geodemography: Domestic/Data Occupations at OP City, an event curated by CityLAB and the Daniels Faculty of Architecture at the University of Toronto.
Summer 2013: McLain Clutter’s essay “The Essential Seagram” appears in 306090 Books #15 (Non-) Essential Knowledge for (New) Architecture, edited by David L. Hays.
November 2012: Radical Railbanking and Scenarios for Detroit is one of two projects included in American Cities 2.5 at the McGill University School of Architecture. The exhibition features work by McLain Clutter and Mark Linder. Thanks to Aaron Sprecher for the invitation.
November 2012: The Empty Pavilion opens in Detroit.
Spring 2012: Work from McLain Clutter’s Winter 2010 studio The (i)Deal City will be featured in the 2012 International Architectural Biennale Rotterdam.
Spring 2012: Cleveland:Mediplex City will appear in Formerly Urban: Projecting Rust Belt Futures, edited by Julia Czerniak, from Princeton Architectural Press.
March 2012: McLain Clutter will chair a panel titled Registration and Projection: The Epistemologies of Urban Imaging Technologies at the ACSA 1ooth Annual Meeting, Digital Aptitudes at MIT.
April 2011: McLain Clutter chaired a panel titled Contemporary Projective Histories at the Future of History conference and the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture. Watch it on YouTube.
November 2010: McLain Clutter’s exhibit Latent City, in collaboration with Mark Linder, opened at Syracuse Architecture.
October 2010: McLain Clutter was an invited panelist at Formerly Urban: Projecting Rust Belt Futures, sponsored by Syracuse Architecture’s Upstate Institute. McLain presented a paper titled CLEVELAND: Mediplex City, which describes the complex relationship between the city of Cleveland and the Cleveland Clinic and speculates on tactics to leverage the hospital’s vitality in yield of urban development.
October 2010: McLain Clutter presented Radical Railbanking at the 2010 ACSA West Central Fall Conference, FLIP YOUR FIELD at the University of Illinois at Chicago. McLain’s presentation will be part of the Negotiation session, chaired by Alex Lehnerer of UIC and ALSO.
October 2010: McLain Clutter’s project Onondaga Creek was exhibited at the Pratt Institute as part of the ACADIA 2010 Conference, Life in:formation. The project is a collaboration with Mark Linder of Syracuse Architecture and CLEAR.
July 2010: McLain Clutter was a keynote speaker at the 2010 Chu Hai Archi-cultural Symposium in Hong Kong. The conference, Film, Architecture and City, was held at the Hong Kong Film Archive.
March 2010: Radical Railbanking was exhibited in SUPERFRONT LA at the Pacific Design Center as part of UNPLANNED: Research and Experiments at the Urban Scale.
March 2010: McLain’s essay New York’s Highline and the Desire for the Real in Urban Real-Estate is featured in MONU 12, Real Urbanism.
March 2010: McLain spoke at the 2010 Society of Cinema and Media Studies Conference at the Saint Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. McLain participated in a session titled Apparatus: From Scopic Control to Scopic Potentials. chaired by Jon Yoder of Syracuse Architecture.
November 2009: McLain participated in the conference Urban Cinematics at the University of Cambridge, UK. McLain’s presentation was part of the Cinematic Urban Archeology session, chaired by Richard Koeck of Liverpool University.
August 2009: McLain Clutter has been appointed to the faculty of the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan.
July 2009: Imaginary Apparatus: Film Production and Urban Planning in New York City, 1966-1975 is featured in Grey Room 35.