Mitchell Rasor is a musician, writer, curator and artist. He is also the Principal and founder of MRLD Landscape Architecture + Urbanism, an interdisciplinary design. His work has been exhibited and published extensively in the United States and Europe. He has been granted awards and commissions from such as organizations as MoMA/PS1, the Congress for the New Urbanism, the American Institute of Architects, the Holland Festival and the American Society of Landscape Architects. Mitchell holds degrees from Oberlin College and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Mitchell has taught at Bates College, the University of Virginia and the Harvard University Graduate School in Design. MRLD is currently working on installations, urban designs, gardens, green infrastructure retrofits and site designs for civic buildings. Mitchell’s latest project is a sound collage entitled Robert Smithson: Intellectual Property.