Call: Seeking contributions to the second issue of PROCEDURES Journal, launched in January 2015 with a comme(more)ation of Madeline Gins and Arakawa. The aim of the journal is to host a thinking/doing further of the thinking/doing of Arakawa and Gins, and in particular to publish work in the pursuit of a procedural architecture.
Next issue: Send work by May 15 2015 – to aprohm (at) gmail.com
We devote Issue 02 to procedural architecture, announcing the journal’s sub-title:
notes for a procedural architecture
send us your work (essays/texts/reviews/artwork in any medium for digital publication) towards a procedural architecture – towards a more life-enhancing surrounding – in a more body-attuned building – and a more building-attuned body – pursuing a new organism-person-environment relation – drawings, plans, built work, movement studies, concepts, research, reviews, data, landscaping, theory, fiction, music, verse, performance, dance, actions, facts, phenomena, figures – for figuring out a future for ourselves and our species and our planet – life as we so decide it – all there is to know about the body at the service of an architecture built for being 100% at the service of the body – the becoming architectural body – us and architecture stacking the odds back against death, and going forward with the work of building a world that can grow a body (life) that can go on living.
future book publication: Pieces published in the online issues of PROCEDURES will be considered for republication in an edited print volume, targetted for 2017.
send us your texts (doc), image files (tiff,png,jpg), video (mp4, mov. by download link), sound (mp3), or anything as a weblink
PROCEDURES Journal – proceduresjournal.com
editorial team: Alan Prohm, Jondi Keane
PROCEDURES 01/01+ / Jan 2015 / Com(more)moration Issue + supplement (with work by Madeline Gins, Charles Bernstein, Bob Bowen, George Quasha and Charles Stein, Jondi Keane, Alan Prohm, Marie-Dominique Garnier, Jake Kennedy, Solveig Styve Holte, Marte Reithaug Sterud and Ann-Christin Berg Kongsness)
Send your work by May 15 2015 – to: aprohm (at) gmail.com