ARCHITECTURE HISTORY AND THEORY
Sarah Hearne is a Candidate in the PhD program at the University of California Los Angeles in the Department of Architecture and Urban Design (UCLA A.UD). Her doctoral research provides a critical history of the rise in drawing procedure as a primary focus in architecture during the 1970s. She holds a Master of Architecture from UCLA and has worked internationally in offices including Supercolossal in Sydney and Ateliers Jean Nouvel in Copenhagen and Paris. Most recently she has worked as a curatorial and catalogue assistant for the exhibition "Everything Loose Will Land" curated by Sylvia Lavin at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture in Los Angeles.