Eray Çaylı is an academic working at the interface of anthropology, geography and architecture. His research interests include the spatial manifestations of collective memory and disaster imaginaries. He lives and works in London, where he moved in 2011 to pursue his PhD at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL (completed in 2015). Since 2012, he has taught undergraduate and postgraduate level courses based on his research interests at various universities in and around London (most recently and currently at London School of Economics and Political Science). Since 2008 he has also written regularly for non-academic publications on design and architecture in Turkey, which he continues to do in the form of a bi-monthly column in the magazine XXI. For further biographical information and a complete list of publications, please visit https://lse-uk.academia.edu/ErayCayli
Importantly, the political apathy such arguments attribute to technology has counterparts in architecture and design both historically and at present.