The CCA Experimental History Project is dedicated to fostering advance research in the history of buildings and landscapes. We are especially interested in alternative and experimental modes of historical practice, including digital scanning and reproduction, new media technologies, spatial activism, counter-histories, reconstructions, and exhibitions.

Since its founding in 2013, the Project has sponsored conferences, exhibitions, and workshops on monuments and racial history, past utopian visions, digital reconstructions of historical environments, augmented reality platforms for urban history, and more.

The Experimental History Project supports a one-year post-professional graduate degree, a Masters of Advanced Architectural Design in History, Theory, Experiments (MAAD HTX), where students can explore the possibilities of new genres in history and theory.