Clemens Finkelstein is a doctoral student in the Department of Architecture at Princeton University. His work explores the History/Theory of Architecture at the field’s junction with Media Studies and the History/Philosophy of Science and Technology. In particular, he investigates the media agency of vibration and the vibrational turn, tracing the entanglements and probing the relationships between the built environment and its human dwellers in the emergent ecology of artificial vibration in the early twentieth-century. His articles and reviews have appeared in several edited volumes and journals including ARCH+, trans., San Rocco, and Art Papers. He has worked extensively as an editor and curator—currently serving as a curator-at-large at the A+D Architecture and Design Museum in Los Angeles. He received a B.A. in Art History and Cultural Studies from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, an M.Des. in the History and Philosophy of Design and Media from Harvard University, scholarships from Fulbright and Harvard University (2015-2017), and Princeton University’s Lowell M. Palmer Fellowship (2018-2019).