New Editorial Manifestos

Fri, Feb 12, 2016    1pm

Anthony Acciavatti, Manifest
Shumi Bose & Jack Self, The Real Review
Alfie Koetter, Project
Jimenez Lai, Treatise
Lily Wong, :
Organized by James Graham, The Avery Review

From journals to pamphlets, broadsheets to tearsheets, architectural publications of the past few years have been sites of innovation in both editorial style and content. Through their polyvocality and mutable forms, these not-always-so-little magazines have broadened architectural discourse, pushing designers to become writers, writers to engage design, and editors to operate within and without traditional institutional frameworks. In each of their particular approaches they remind us, again, of the political import of print and its inextricability from architectural thought.

This event is organized as part of the Graphics Project.

Architecture In Print: New Editorial Manifestos
From journals to pamphlets, broadsheets to tearsheets, architectural publications of the past few years have been sites of innovation in both editorial style and content. Through their polyvocality and mutable forms, these not-always-so-little magazines have broadened architectural discourse, pushing designers to become writers, writers to engage design, and editors to operate within and without traditional institutional frameworks. In each of their particular approaches they remind us, again, of the political import of print and its inextricability from architectural thought.
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