McLain Clutter is an Associate Professor and Chair of the architecture program at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Clutter’s work focuses on entanglements between architecture, urbanism, media, and political economy. His design and scholarship has been featured in Grey Room, Thresholds, MONU, 306090, the Journal of Architectural Education, Plat, The Avery Review, ARPA Journal, and other publications. He has exhibited in international venues including the 7th and 8th Bi-City Biennale of Architecture in Shenzhen, the Architecture League of New York, and Materials & Applications in Los Angeles. His work has been awarded an Architect Magazine R+D Award in 2015, ACSA Faculty Design Awards in 2015, 2019, and 2020, and other honors. Clutter’s research has received support from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. He is the author of Imaginary Apparatus: New York City and its Mediated Representation (Park Books: 2015), and Shaped Places of Carroll County New Hampshire (ORO Editions: 2021). Clutter is a partner of the design practice EXTENTS, with Cyrus Peñarroyo.