Samuel Holleran is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher. His writing has appeared in Public Books, Print, Places Journal, and The Avery Review, among other publications. He has worked as an art director, researcher, and educator in the field of civically-engaged design and art with the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) in New York City, the Chair for Architecture & Urban Design at ETH-Zürich, and Ellery Studio in Berlin.

He is currently a PhD Candidate in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne, where he is examining public participation in the re-imagination of urban cemeteries as part of the DeathTech Research Team.

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