Graphic design by Plural
Cover by John Pobojewski
This issue explores physical remnants and selective memories, tangible and intangible reminders of a past that influence our present and future. At the same time, it discusses the traces that we continue to leave, both physical and digitally, and how those will affect us in the future. What are the consequences and opportunities that can emerge from the new traces we create? Who benefits from the generation of new traces? Which traces should we embrace and which ones should we dismiss or even fight against? Is ignoring all traces the only way to truly move forward and foster radical changes?
A Year on the Road with Venue
Iker Gil interviews Geoff Manaugh and Nicola Twilley, directors of Venue
Kowloon Walled City: Heterotopia in a Space of Disappearance
Essay by Matthew Hung with photography by Greg Girard
The Trace of Superusers: From Santiago Centro to Superkilen in Copenhagen
Essay by Kristine Samson and José Abásolo
Tracing Intentions: The Photography of Frank Thiel
Essay by Krishna Bharathi with photography by Frank Thiel
24COA: A Visual Score
Project developed as part of the Pen & Bow workshop at Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture led by Andrew Ruff. Visual score interpreted by ETHEL.
Anthropocene Through the Eyes of Gabriele Basilico, Robert Smithson, and Gordon Matta-Clark
Essay by Enric Llorach