Colleen Tuite is a designer and writer working within and around the field of landscape architecture. Her practice considers relationships between earthiness and technology in the realm of public space. Colleen co-directs the experimental landscape architecture studio Other Fields (f.k.a. GRNASFCK) and 1.5 Rooms project space. Her work and writing has appeared in numerous publications including Ed, Manifest, MONU, and Pidgin. She teaches at the City University of New York.

2011 Rhode Island School of Design / Master of Landscape Architecture
2007 School of the Art Institute of Chicago / Bachelor of Fine Art
2006 Academy of Fine Arts and Design (VŠVU), Bratislava, Slovakia

2017 “A Temporary Site,” commssioned by the Newburgh Community Land Bank, Newburgh, NY

2019 Terrain Biennial, Newburgh NY
2018 It’s a Trap!, Where Container, New York (with Nathaniel De Large)
2018 Fear Faire, Marinaro Gallery, New York
2018 Housewarming,, New York
2017 Yes, I’ve had a facelift, but who hasn’t?, organized by 501(c)3 Foundation, Bethleham Baptist
Church, Los Angeles
2017 The New Normal, UMAM Documentation & Research, Beirut.
2017 Lawn Redrawn, w/ New Afflliates, 1.5 Rooms, New York
2016 Formative and Persisting, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI
2015 Braid Theory @ COSMO, invited collaborator by Andres Jacque Architect, w/ GRNASFCK, MoMAPS1
2015 Cloud in a Cave, P/H/A/O/N Gallery, New York,
2014 I Love Extremophiles!, w/ GRNASFCK, StoreFrontLab Gallery, San Francisco
2012 Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, with WORKac. Museum of Modern Art, NYC
2011 RISD MFA Show, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI
2011 Outerspace, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI
2011 RISD Architecture Triennial, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI
2010 Green RISD 2010: Nature, Culture, Innovation. BEB Gallery, Providence, RI
2008 VERSION 08: Dark Matter. Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago
2007 Group Show. G2 Gallery, Chicago
2006 VERSION 06: Parallel Cities. Buddy Gallery, Chicago

2019 Avery Shorts, “Panning”
2019 New York Review of Archicture, “On Drinking in Public Parks”
2018 ED, “Zero City” 
2018 MANIFEST, “Tight Gas,” forthcoming, with GRNASFCK
2017 Pidgin (Princeton School of Architecture), “Pathogen Party”, with GRNASFCK
2016 PLOT (City College of New York), “Braid Theory” with GRNASFCK
2016 Ground Up Journal (UC Berkeley), “Keystone Wildlife Migration Corridor,” with GRNASFCK
2016 LOBBY, “Being Denise Scott Brown”
2016 MANIFEST, “Sunshine Eschatology”, with GRNASFCK
2016 New Capital Projects, Leonardo Kaplan: Machines of Loving Grace, Exhibition Essay
2015 Lunch (University of Virginia), “I Love Extremophiles!”, with GRNASFCK
2015 LOBBY, “Notes on Beetlejuice”
2014 MONU Magazine, “Dark Transparency”
2013 MANIFEST, “Field Transmissions from West Texas,” with GRNASFCK
2012 Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, catalogue w/ WORKac
2011 Whole Terrain (Antioch College). “A Speculative Future” with Katy Foley
2011 Suspended Harvest: Smog Farming in Mexico City, RISD MLA Thesis
2010 Aspect 02, juried annual periodical of RISD design work

2016- Lecturer, City University of New York (CUNY) - City Tech, Dept of Arch. Technology
2011 Studio instructor, RISD Dept of Landscape Architecture

2016- 1.5 Rooms (with Chelsea Culprit, Ben Foch, Jaffer Kolb, and Ian Quate)

2016 The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts (with 1.5 Rooms)
2015 Princeton-Mellon Initiative, Princeton University (support for Para-Tours)
2014 StoreFrontLab Exhibition Grant

2017 Artist-in-Vacancy, Newburgh, NY
2017 Summer Forum, Kaneohe, Hawai’i
2006 Art Dulcinium, Ulcinj, Montenegro

2018 Projekt Bauhaus: Datatopia Workshop, The Floating University, Berlin.
2018 Beyond Patronage: Reconsidering Models of Practice, Prime Produce. NY
2016 GRNASFCK: Current Work, Spitzer School of Architecture, The City College of New York
2015 Manifest Journal Para-Tours at the Chicago Architectural Biennial and Princeton University
Presented: “Future Not Found: An Archeological Tour of the Chicago Board of Trade/New York
Mercantile Exchange”
2015 Next Up: Podcasting the Future of Architecture, 
2014 Summit on Invisible Urbanism, StoreFrontLab Gallery, San Fransico
Organized and moderated a panel discussion with David Fletcher, Nicholas Korody, Geneva Travis,
Murphy Cal, Andrew Stein.
2012 Change Agents: Landscape Architects on the Innovation Forefront, Van Alen Institute, NY.

Ben Schulman, “Lifting a Small Town Through a Land Bank Arts Program”, The Atlantic: Citylab, 10/11/17
Nicholas Korody, “Future Not Found: a “Para-tour” of the Chicago Board of Trade led by GRNASFCK”,, 9/30/15
Nicholas Korody, “Between Sampling and Dowsing: Field Notes from GRNASFCK,”, 5/1/15.
John Parman, “Invisible Urbanism,” Traces SF: Bay Area Urbanism, 1/18/15