Jordan Geiger’s work relates architecture to new social and environmental implications of human computer interaction. In 2018 he co-founded Gekh with Omar Khan. Prior to that, and after work in architectural offices in New York and Berlin, he directed the San Francisco design practice Ga-Ga. Specialized in temporary structures, Ga-Ga built commissions for the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, the City of San Jose, Diep Biennial in Normandy, and the American Institute of Architects among other clients. Geiger also publishes, exhibits and lectures internationally on theoretical research and on his design projects, which frequently investigate influences of media and globalization on architecture’s many scales. Geiger is editor of the book, “Entr’acte: Performing Publics, Pervasive Media and Architecture.” He has published essays and projects in Leonardo, ARCH+ , MAS Context, ARPA Journal, Scapegoat and other journals. Geiger has also taught architecture, urban design and interdisciplinary arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, at UC Berkeley, at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco, at Syracuse University, and at the University at Buffalo (SUNY).