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Berliner Hefte zu Geschichte und Gegenwart der Stadt
Erik Göngrich
Faktur
Institute for Architecture TU Berlin
Institute of Architecture University of Applied Arts Vienna
kyklàda.press
Laagencia
Pa.LaC.E
Prem Krishnamurthy



Berliner Hefte zu Geschichte und Gegenwart der Stadt

Unter dem Druck des Ereignishaften entstehen blinde Flecken, alternative Sichtweisen und Erzählungen bleiben verborgen, Texte und Bilder unveröffentlicht, das Verschwinden von Orten undokumentiert.

Die Berliner Hefte zu Geschichte und Gegenwart der Stadt sind eine fortlaufende Reihe kleiner Publikationen, die künstlerische, essayistische und aktivistische Praxen miteinander verbinden. Die Hefte thematisieren die sozialen, kulturellen und ökonomischen Veränderungen in Berlin und anderen Städten, und greifen in die stadtpolitischen Debatten sowohl historisch reflektierend wie aktuell informierend ein. Die Berliner Hefte verstehen sich als ein Produktionszusammenhang, der unterschiedlichen Autorinnen und Herausgeberinnen offensteht und das analoge und digitale Publizieren in Veranstaltungs- und Ausstellungsformate einbezieht.

Valeria Fahrenkrog, Joerg Franzbecker, Erik Goengrich, Heimo Lattner, Ines Schaber, Florian Wüst

http://www.berlinerhefte.de/



Faktur

FAKTUR is a journal that celebrates research as the source of architectural imagination. FAKTUR—the German term for a dynamic concept and a set of techniques that influenced the Russian avant-garde of the early twentieth century—identifies both a subjective medium and a technical, productive, and social construct, documented as visual traces in the final work of art.

FAKTUR responds to the concerns of an emerging generation of architects and aims to bridge the distance between practice and academic scholarship. FAKTUR offers an intellectual platform for scholars and designers to publish their research in the form of papers, together with the projects, buildings, exhibitions, photographs, etc., associated with or resulting from these investigations. The journal is interested in different methods for presenting and discussing projects of architecture that consider journalistic research, both academic and non-academic, as fundamental to the cultural construction of aesthetic identities.
https://www.faktur.info/



Erik Göngrich



Institute for Architecture TU Berlin

Typology at Faculty VI of the Technische Universität Berlin

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Institute of Architecture - University of Applied Arts Vienna

forA on the Urban

Edited by: Gerald Bast, Andrea Börner, Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén García Grinda and Baerbel Mueller

forA is a project rendered possible by Die Angewandte (University of Applied Arts Vienna), conceptualized and produced by the Institute of Architecture (I oA), edited by Gerald Bast (Rector, University of Applied Arts Vienna), Andrea Börner (Urban Strategies Department, I oA), Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén García Grinda (Architectural Design Studio 1, I oA), and Baerbel Mueller (Applied Foreign Affairs Lab, I oA), supported by an international advisory board: Tom Avermaete, Margitta Buchert, Nerea Calvillo, Mario Carpo, Filip de Boeck, Keller Easterling, Teresa Galí-Izard, Mario Gandelsonas, Andrew Herscher, Sandi Hilal, Nikolaus Hirsch, Sanford Kwinter, Lesley Lokko, Mpho Matsipa, John McMorrough, Peter Mörtenböck, Helge Mooshammer, Alesandro Petti, Philippe Rekacewicz, Curtis Roth, Saskia Sassen, Abdoumaliq Simone, Ines Weizman, Liam Young.



kyklàda.press

kyklàda.press is a small imprint, a series of texts resonating with phenomena in the Aegean Archipelago. kyklàda.press is a publishing project in Athens, driven by a trans-disciplinary group of artists, exploring critical and experimental positions in writing. With each volume in this series, we are slowly forming a catalogue of liquid forms of modernity: corporeal bodies – historical and actual, real, and imaginative.



Laagencia



Pa.LaC.E



Prem Krishnamurthy

Prem Krishnamurthy (b. 1977) is based in Berlin and New York. His work across media explores the transformative potential of art and design by experimenting with presentational strategies, performative modes, and ways of communing. He currently directs Wkshps, a multidisciplinary design consultancy; is artistic director of FRONT International 2022, the Cleveland triennial of contemporary art; and organizes Commune, an emergent workshop that practices artistic tools for social transformation. In March 2021, Pompeii Commitment released his new digital artwork, Pompeii!, which reflects upon rituals, destruction, memory, and letting go.

Previously, Prem founded the design studio Project Projects and the exhibition space P! in New York. He received the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Communications Design in 2015 and KW Institute for Contemporary Art’s “A Year With…” residency fellowship in 2018. In 2019, his professional papers were acquired by Bard College’s Center for Curatorial Studies.

His ever-changing electronic book, P!DF, is available online. A partial portfolio of Prem’s past projects can be previewed here.