Graham Crist is Associate Professor of Architecture at RMIT University in the School of Architecture and Urban Design. He is a founding director of Melbourne based practice Antarctica: Architects. Graham is currently director of RMIT’s Practice Based Research Symposium PhD program in Asia and directs international engagement and recruitment for the architecture discipline. He is formerly discipline head of the RMIT Master of Architecture program in Vietnam, and of the Master of Architecture program in Melbourne. He recently curated along with Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and John Doyle, the major exhibition Supertight in Melbourne, themed on hyper-density in Asia. His work has been published in, amongst other places, Architecture Australia, Architecture Review and Monument, and has been featured in major exhibitions including Melbourne Now and the Australian Venice Biennale show `Abundance’. His writing in academic environments and for professional journals Architecture Review Australia and Architecture Australia is focused on pressing issues facing cities and their design.