Mark Wigley (*1956) is professor and Dean Emeritus at the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. As an architectural theorist and historian, Wigley explores the intersection of architecture, art, philosophy, culture, and technology. His books include “Derrida’s Haunt: The Architecture of Deconstruction” (MIT, 1993), “White Walls, Designer Dresses: The Fashioning of Modern Architecture” (MIT, 1996), “Constant’s New Babylon: The Hyper-Architecture of Desire” (010 Publishers, 1998), “Buckminster Fuller Inc.: Architecture in the Age of Radio” (Lars Müller Publishers, 2016) and “Cutting Matta-Clark: The Anarchitecture Investigation” (Lars Müller Publishers, 2018). He is the co-author of “Are We Human: Notes on an Archaeology of Design” (Lars Müller Publishers, 4th edition 2021) together with Beatriz Colomina in association with their curation of the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial. He has also curated exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art and The Drawing Center in New York; the Witte de With and Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, and the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. Wigley was born in New Zealand, where trained as an architect, and lives in New York.