Kenneth Hayes is an architectural historian and critic of contemporary art who lives and works in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. He studied architecture at the University of Waterloo and McGill University in Canada, and completed a Ph.D. in Architectural History at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey in 2010. His book-length essay on milk splash images in photo-conceptual art from 1965 to 1985, titled Milk and Melancholy, was published by Prefix and MIT Presses in 2008. His current research is on the development of mining photography since 1973.
A narrative of the freehold, suburban, counter-revolutionary house on which Canada was built, and the wider vision of freedom that, in the late 1960s, presented revolutionary alternatives for dwelling.