Akin's work is about technoscientific criticism in the context of contemporary art, science and politics. He lives in New York. Since 2011, he is Associate Professor of Visual Arts at Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Architecture and Culture
One of the Mutant Space: Onkalo images is feature in the journal of Architecture and Culture, in an article titled Towards a Theory of Cavernous Porosity by Atsuhide Ito.