Alumni

Sean Patrick Dockray

Sean Patrick Dockray

Sean Dockray is an artist whose practice follows from research into social systems and events. He is a founder of the Los Angeles chapter of the Institute for Advanced Architecture; a producer of Building Sound, an internet radio program about architecture; and has worked with the Center for Land Use Interpretation on their Land Use Database. Dockray received a BSE from Princeton University in Civil Engineering and Architecture in 1999 and completed coursework towards an MFA in Critical Studies from the California Institute of the Arts in 2002. His individual and collaborative work has been shown at the Telic Gallery (Los Angeles), the Turtle Bay Museum (Redding), Basekamp Gallery (Philadelphia), Oni Gallery (Boston), Marcuse Gallery (San Diego), Contemporary Artists Center (North Adams), LeRoy Neiman Gallery (New York), and the Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York).

http://spd.e-rat.org Email: sdockray@ucla.edu