Princeton Architectural Press Publishes Keith Mitnick's Debut

Princeton Architectural Press recently published Associate Professor of Architecture Keith Mitnick’s book, Artificial Light. The publisher writes that the book “… suggests an alternative type of critical theory consisting of personal and fictitious anecdotes, real and fake photographs, and mini-essays that addresses prevalent themes in architecture such as immediacy, affect, abstraction, realness, and banality. With a narrative style reminiscent of other unconventional writers on design such as Paul Shepheard, Roger Connah, and Rebecca Solnit, Artificial Light is the beautifully written and visually engaging debut of a dynamic new voice in the world of architectural criticism.” Mitnick was recently granted tenure by the regents of the University of Michigan and promoted to the rank of associate professor of architecture.

Keith will be signing books at a reception hosted by Shaman Drum Bookshop.