Log 17: Superficial
Log 17, guest edited by Mark Foster Gage and Florencia Pita, features essays and conversations focusing on relationships between new media and materiality in architecture – with an emphasis on sensation and affect.
This sold-out issue of Log is available on Jstor.
Michelle Addington, Sustainable Situationism
Sir Peter Cook, Exmouth Market
Joe Day, Genealogy as Diagram: Charting Past as Future
Tristan Eaton, I Love the Way You Love Me
David Erdman, Glow(ing)
Mark Foster Gage and Florencia Pita, The Zero Degree of Ideology
Todd Gannon, Ouch or Ooooh? On "Matters of Sensation"
Jeffrey Kipnis, Southern; Colors
Sylvia Lavin, Kissing Architecture: Super Disciplinarity and Confounding Mediums
Thom Mayne and Hernan Diaz Alonso, Generation(s) and the Generative: A Conversation
Alex McDowell, The Reality of Licorice Trees
Branko Mitrovic, Architectural Formalism and the Demise of the Linguistic Turn
William O'Brien Jr., Experts in Expediency
Jason Payne, Hair and Makeup
David Ruy, Lessons from Molecular Gastronomy
Mohamed Sharif, Superficiality and Superexcrescence
Teresa Stoppani, Venetian Dusts
Peter Zellner, Pretensions of Form: A Conversation
In Memoriam C.G.
Kenneth Frampton, In the American Vein: The Domestic Architecture of Charles Gwathmey
PLUS: On Winds of Desire . . . On Weather Reports . . . On the Blues . . .