Michael Stradley is a designer interested in the transformative, disruptive, and sometimes comic effects of emerging technology. Stradley’s work cuts across a range of scales and disciplinary distinctions. Recent projects include oil paintings executed by CNC-machine, a book of computer-generated, imaginary brushstrokes, and an annually-editioned, post-labor material encyclopedia.
Stradley was born in Dallas, Texas. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture (2014) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is currently a Master of Science in Architectural Design (2020) candidate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In addition to his independent practice, Stradley has worked as a designer with a range of architects and artists including EASTON+COMBS Architects, painter Ann Pibal, sculptor Jon Isherwood, artist and photographer Susan Silas, and printmaker Thorsten Dennerline, to name a few.
Stradley lives and works in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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