Log Magazine: Special thematic issue on The Absurd

Log 22 features: Sylvia Lavin on architecture’s accommodation of hoarding; Jacques Rancière on the conundrums of art and life; and Lucia Allais on Superstudio’s “Salvages of Italian Historic Centers,” a 1974 project presented here for the first time in English. Also in the issue: Mark Jarzombek on Bruno Taut’s attack of seriousness; David Foster Wallace on Kafka’s funniness; Amanda Reeser Lawrence on the self-influence of James Stirling; Caroline O’Donnell on Karl Rosenkranz’s aesthetic of ugliness; and K. Michael Hays and Marrikka Trotter on fictions in recent architecture.

Plus: a comic by Jimenez Lai; a spectrum of social orderliness by Jeffrey Kipnis; an overlooked Donald Judd project; machines by François Roche; tweets from the Bauhaus; a DVD by MOS; and much more. Please visit www.anycorp.com for further information and a complete list of contributors.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Log Magazine: Special thematic issue on The Absurd" 28 Jun 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/146524/log-magazine-special-thematic-issue-on-the-absurd> ISSN 0719-8884

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