Sarah Hirschman is a researcher and architect licensed in California, working with the SF practice Rapt Studio. She holds an M.Arch. from MIT as well as an M.A. in Modern Culture and Media from Brown University. She was previously the founding director of the Keller Gallery at MIT Architecture and the Director of Publications and Exhibitions there. Sarah curated the exhibition "Objects by Architects" (2012) and co-curated the research exhibitions "Un/Fair Use," "Fair Use" and "Project_Rorschach" with Ana Miljacki. She is a 2014 winner of the Lawrence B. Anderson Award and a recipient of the Alpha Rho Chi medal and the Marjorie Pierce Fellowship from MIT's Department of Architecture. Her work has been published in Future Anterior, Clog, Thresholds, Mark, and the 2011 book Testing to Failure, which she also edited. Sarah has taught at MIT and the Boston Architectural College.