COLLABORATION and PUBLIC LECTURES
Chip Lord has collaborated with many other artists and architects including Dan Wood and Amale Andraos of WORKac; Collective Magpie; Bruce Tomb; Gustavo Vazquez; Muntadas; Branda Miller; Mickey McGowan and Kal Spelletich.
Lord has lectured at the San Francisco Art Institute; Princeton University Architecture School; University of Florida Department of Art and Art History; MIT program in Art, Culture, and Technology; The Graham Foundation; Ecole nationale superieure d'architecture Paris-Malaquais; University of Washington School of Architecture; Biennial de la Imagen Moviento, Buenos Aires; Loop Video Fair, Barcelona; and West Texas A&M Art Department; The Tamayo Museum, Mexico City.In 2018 he gave the Emerati Research Lecture at U.C. Santa Cruz.
In 2015 Lord taught a graduate seminar in the Film & Digital Media Department, U.C. Santa Cruz - "Making...in the Anthropocene" and a public art class at the San Francisco Art Institute. He has also been a visiting critic in the MFA program at Mills College and a visiting professor in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University, as well as leading a seminar at Soma Summer, Mexico City in 2018.