Kerb is an annual Landscape Architecture publication presenting works from cross-disciplinary fields produced by the RMIT University School of Architecture and Design in Melbourne, Australia. Kerb is a progressive design journal focused on contemporary Landscape Architecture issues from an international and national perspective.
Kerb Journal is in its 23rd year of publication and we are currently seeking submissions for the latest edition exploring the theme of ‘Digital Landscapes’. Submissions close on Sunday 3rd of May, 12 midnight (Australian EST) for the launch of journal in August 2015.
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Kerb 22: Remoteness Launch from Melbourne Books on Vimeo.
The 22nd edition of KERB – Journal of Landscape Architecture launched at the RMIT University Design Hub in Melbourne, Australia. The journal is unique in being compiled and edited each year by a small group of students, who select a range of articles pertinent to the dedicated theme of each edition. The theme for KERB 22 is remoteness.
Kerb 22 interrogates the notion of remoteness from four viewpoints, identifying opportunities of engagement within spaces balancing on the edge of tangibility, or deeply virtually sited. This issue of Kerb aims to establish connectivity between the entities that lie within a greater territory, calling for the interrogation of space. Whether through the distribution of physical settlements or through the definition of virtual boundaries, mediating the divide places remoteness within a near-instantaneous reach; enabling us to grasp and employ the remote as a tool for spatial negotiation.
Contributors for KERB 22 include Benjamin H. Bratton, Mond Qu, Tiago Torres-Campos, Ryan Dewey, Alex Breedon, Gross.Max, Frances Edith Cooper, José Alfredo Ramirez/Clara Olóriz, Pierre Bélanger, Rene Van Meeuwen, Michael Light, Casey Lance Brown/Rob Holmes, James Ramsey, Ja Kyung Kim, William Clancey, Mario Accordino/Jarrad Newman, Lateral Office, Natalya Egon/Noel Turgeon, Niki Kakali/Anastasia Kotenko, Ian Strange, Jock Gilbert and Shaun Gladwell
Purchase your copy at Melbourne Books. The Print Edition is AUD$24.95 (plus Postage) or $14.95 for Digital
City Street, and the adjacent public open space of Station North Plaza, are key elements in the urban and social transformation of Dandenong, the second largest urban centre in Melbourne.
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KERB, the annual cross-disciplinary design publication produced by the RMIT is calling for submissions. KERB 19 is seeking submissions which explore the theme ‘Paradigms of Nature: Post Natural Futures’. They seek submissions of experimental and innovative design projects, research, written, and photographic works, collages, digital animations or film.
Full submissions up to 3000 words must be received by 14th March 2011 or abstracts can be submitted up until 28th February 2011.
For more information go to KERB 19
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