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Log 1


Spring 2004

This sold-out issue of Log is available on Jstor.


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Robert Benson, Space for Art or Civic Space?

Giuliana Bruno, Pleats of Matter, Folds of the Soul

Hubert Damisch, Blotting Out Architecture?: A Fable in Seven Parts

Cynthia Davidson, What's in a Log?

Tina di Carlo with Tali Krakowsky, Log'rhythms

Luis Fernandez-Galiano, Asia on the One Hand, Europe on the Other

David Goodman, Five of the 27 Bars on Calle San Bernardo

Elizabeth Grosz, Deleuze, Theory, and Space

Alicia Imperiale, Fluid Alliances

Catherine Ingraham, What's Missing from the Log?

Sylvia Lavin, What You Surface Is What You Get

Barry Maitland, The Verge of Practice

Jamie Pawlus, You Are Here

Mark Rakatansky, The Bitterness and the Sweetness of Architecture

Julie Rose, SARS and the City

Mark Taylor, How the World Became a Real Fake

Bernard Tschumi, The Exit Interview

Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, Material to Figment, Figment to Material

Anthony Vidler, Still Wired after All These Years?

Paul Virilio, An Architect's Crime

PLUS: On Architects . . . On Architecture . . . On Cities . . . On the Avant-Garde Corporation . . . On Prizes . . . On Typograpy . . .