Professional Practice

Kerb Journal-Call for Submissions

Date: 4/11/2013 - 5/5/2013

Type: Call for Papers / Submissions

Location(s): International

Description:

Kerb Journal is a student-run annual publication featuring works from distinguished practitioners and students alike and is produced and edited by students of the Department of Landscape Architecture at RMIT University, Melbourne Australia. We aim to highlight people and projects that are strengthening design discourse in a multi-disciplinary way.

This year marks our 21st birthday, and edition, and we are eager as ever to spread the word about our current Call for Submissions.

Our current topic is ‘Peripheral Processes: Adapted Modes of Practice’ and will address the current issues unfolding within design discourse. We seek submissions documenting design projects and processes in the form of research, essays, sketches and diagrams, collage, prose, photography, film, digital animations or film, grassroots projects, folk and contemporary art, and everything in between.

Kerb Journal has received wide critical acclaim and been exhibited internationally in cities such as London, New York, and Milan as part of the Archizines World Tour collection. Last year's edition of Kerb featured NaJa & DeOstos, CLOUDS Architecture, Geoff Manaugh (BLDBLOG), Future Cities Lab, Liam Young and Sean Lally (WEATHERS), among others.

Website: http://www.kerbjournal.com/
Email: kerb@rmit.edu.au

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