Ken Ehrlich’s work explores design, infrastructure, technology and landscape as social and aesthetic phenomena and is often produced in dialogue with other artists, architects and institutions. His wide ranging practice in sculpture, photography, video and performance has been presented internationally, including at the California Pacific Triennial at the Orange County Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Hammer Museum and High Desert Test Sites. His writing has been published widely, including texts on networks, infrastructure and logistics in Blind Field Journal and Drain Magazine. He co-edited the Surface Tension book series for Errant Bodies Press. He currently hosts *segments* on KCHUNG Radio and is on the organizing committee of The Public School, Los Angeles. He has taught at UC Irvine, Woodbury University, CalArts and UC Riverside. In 2020/21 he was named a ‘Cultural Trailblazer’ by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.