The Spoils of Dust (AR+D) is reviewed in Nature!
Included in the High Country New’s “sampling of the season’s best new books.”
Alexander presents LMLab work to Harvard Graduate School of Design advanced landscape architecture representation course.
Feast’ published in Landscape Architecture Magazine.
"Willful Waters," edited and excerpted in Places Journal, is featured by Hidden Hydrology.
RebArena wins an ASLA Southern California Chapter Merit Design Award!
University of Virginia School (UVA) of Architecture Fall 2018 Lecture Series panel for opening of Ambiguous Territory exhibition at UVA, featuring Greetings from Owens Lake.
Participated in Field School Meet-Up in Wendover, Utah
Alexander Robinson invited as external critic in Cornell's Department of Landscape Architecture thesis reviews.
"Willful Waters," edited and excerpted in Places Journal, is featured on Longreads.
Vittoria Di Palma's and my chapter, "Willful Waters," in River Cities, City Rivers, Harvard University Press edited by Thaïsa Way from the May 8–9, 2015, Dumbarton Oaks Conference, River Cities, Garden and Landscape Studies Symposium has been edited and excerpted in Places Journal.
The Spoils of Dust is the recipient of a 2018 Graham Foundation Grant for individuals.
The Spoils of Dust is the recipient of the 2018 Foundation for Landscape Studies David R. Coffin Publication grant given "for the research and publication of a book that advances scholarship in the field of garden history and landscape studies."
"Notes from the Middleground: Landscape and Infrastructure" at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo College of Environmental, Hearst Lecture Series, San Luis Obispo, CA
2017(A year spent on The Spoils of Dust)
October 20, 21
Moderator for “Ecology, Design, and Community at California’s Salton Sea” & Panelist on “Visualizing the Creative Design of North American Rivers” at American Society of Landscape Architecture National Conference, Los Angeles, CA
September 27-October 18, 2017
"Greetings from Owens Lake" showing at that Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Univesity of Michigan, Ann Arbor as part of the "ambiguous territory: architecture, landscape, and the postnatural" exhibit and symposium.
Participant in Dredge Research Collective organized conference with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Design with Nature (DwN) and Landscape Architecture conference at USACE ERDC in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
CLUI Residency aboard the GSLEP (Great Salt Lake Exploration Platform)
Panel member for 3rd LA | 96 Acres: Designs on the Silver Lake, hosted my Los Angeles Times architecture critic, Christopher Hawthorne at Occidental College.
2016(At the American Academy in Rome till July)
Presentation & panel at Realms and Realities Colloquium at the Harvard Graduate School of Design
5PM Interviewed as part of Next Up: LA River Archinect Podcast at the A+D Museum
Panel presentation at #ASLA2016: SUN-A08: “Interfacing with Landscape Performance: Case Studies and Research in Simulation and Modeling”
Landscape As Necessity Conference, USC School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture & Urbanism Program, presenter and session moderator
Presentation: “A Projective Picturesque: Reconciling Pictorial with Performance in Landscape Architecture” at International Congress of Landscape Architects, IFLA
RebArena published in Paysage Redazione Magazine “Paesaggi Di-Vini” TopScape 23
Panel Participant with Composer Chris Cerrone & Pianist Vicky Chow, “Vicky Chow Plays Music by American Academy Fellows, Musical Premiere of “The Arching Path”
Sci-Arc's OffRamp 11: "Inyo and Obsidian Geo-metry or How Long is a Piece of String?"
Feast of the Picturesque. Act X is exhibited in the Cinque Mostre show at the American Academy in Rome
2015(At the American Academy in Rome from September onward)
Presented paper “The Opportunities and Hazards of Integrated Water Resource Management for (Blue Green) Open Space in Los Angeles” at UNESCO, International Conference on Water, Megacities and Global Change
"Greetings from Owens Lake" was featured in an article in The Architect's Newspaper on new visualization techniques for landscape architecture: Making by Seeing
And previously in a review of the After the Aqueduct show at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions in KCET's Artbound magazine: After the Aqueduct: Considering a Dry Future
(See CV for more and past events)