Kazys Varnelis is an historian and theorist of architecture as well as a designer and developer. He holds a PhD from Cornell University and is the Director of the Network Architecture Lab and Co-Director of AUDC. He teaches at the University of Limerick, Ireland, and has taught at SCI_Arc, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, and MIT. His books include Blue Monday, The Infrastructural City, The Philip Johnson Tapes, and Networked Publics. He has exhibited at venues such as MoMA, Center for Land Use Intepretation, the New Museum, and High Desert Test Sites.