Jesse Seegers is a New York-based spatial practitioner working between architecture, graphic design, writing, editing, publishing, and research practices.

He designs and fabricates  custom inflatable environments (tensile pneumatic membrane structures) commissioned for temporary events, performances and gatherings of various sizes, teaches graphic design and advises students at New York University in the Tandon School of Engineering's Media and Gaming Network (MAGNET), and writes, edits and consults on architecture, art, design and technology for publications, institutions and cultural organizations.

He was most recently Associate Editor, Digital Projects at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) from 2014-2017. Previously, he was 2013-2014 Power Corporation of Canada Curatorial Intern at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Arts from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study.

He has written about architecture, art, design, and technology for publications in print and online including: PIN-UP, the REAL Review, Surface, TANK, Frog, DAMn°, Volume, among others.
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Brooklyn Public Library, May 2018
Turncoats NYC, June 2017
Pioneer Works, June 2015
Callicoon Art Walk, August 2015