ian erickson is an m.arch i candidate at the harvard graduate school of design and the founding editor of disc. he is currently an editorial assistant of architecture as measure, the pavilion of turkey at the 2021 venice biennale of architecture curated by neyran turan, and has previously worked with david jaehning architect, nemestudio, the open workshopmodem, and the berkeley center for new media. his writing has been published in outlets such as plat, pool, paprika, fresh meat, and vestoj and his research has been presented at conferences organized by the ucla urban humanities initiative, the acsa, and pushing boarders. he holds a b.a. and a certificate in new media from uc berkeley where he was awarded the departmental citation in architecture

his interests center around media, territory, environment, politics, and subculture