These days it seems that farming and architecture never got along so well — or at least generated so much buzz. This March Bracket Magazine (Brkt) will launch their first inaugural publication titled “On Farming.” The Magazine will be launched online and in print format. The exact details of the publication are not currently available but there is a pretty cool list of contributing authors and essays. It, honestly, looks super cool.
The magazine is a join project between Archinect and InfraNet Lab, and is composed of a collection of diverse editors and an open-source contributing membership. It is edited by a very reputable cadre of individuals, some of whom have already appeared on this website. From their site:
[bracket] is an annual publication documenting issues overlooked yet central to our cultural milieu that have evolved out of the new disciplinary territory at the intersection of architecture, landscape, urbanism and, now, the internet. It is no coincidence that the professional term architect can also now refer to information architects, and that the word community can also now refer to an online community. [bracket] is a publishing platform for ideas charting the complex overlap of the sphere of architecture and online social spheres.
Seeking new voices and talent, [bracket] is structured around an open call for entries. The series will look at thematics in our age of globalization that are shaping the built environment in radically significant and yet unexpected ways.
[bracket] would like to thank the Graham Foundation for support.
Check out their site for cool agri-related architectural projects and keep an eye out for the coming publication in March.
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