Assistant Director, Center for Spatial Research
M.S. Urban Planning Candidate
Columbia University, GSAPP
“Ethics and/of Uncertainty: Urban Computing’s Synthetic People”
Dare Brawley is a researcher and designer. She is Assistant Director of the Center for Spatial Research at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University where she is also a degree candidate for the M.S. in Urban Planning. Her work focuses on the interactions of technology, urban governance, and spatial politics using methods from critical urban studies and geographic information systems. Her work has been exhibited and published by the Venice Architecture Biennale, Storefront for Art and Architecture, The Architectural League, and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.