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Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Se han publicado en la pagina de la laboral, todos los planos convertidos a magníficos PDFs, donde aparece todos los datos de como va a ser la Gran Proxima Exposición en el Centro Laboral, creada por el PATRICIA URQUIOLA ESTUDIO donde también se expone y se presentará el proyecto ganador del0C 1º Concurso LAB "This is not a souvenir".

   

AHORA RECUERDO CUANDO ME DECIAN: "No se puede colgar nada de los techos en eventos temporales, está prohibido"

 

...todo es hablar, pactar y sugerir.

  

PARTICIPANTES:

 

GRUPO 1 System, bio,

technology, ad hoc, overlay

 

1 Auger-Loizeau and Aleksandar Zivanovic Carnivorous Domestic Entertainment Robots

2 Assa Ashuach Ai Light

3 Dainippon type org Toypography

4 Dunne & Raby Evidence Dolls 4 muñecos

5 Eelko Moorer The jungle Instalación colgante

6 Fernando Brizio Painting with Giotto

7 Gregor Timlin Inflation Moulded Water Vessels

8 Dr. Manel Torres/Fabrican Ltd. Spray-on fabric spray

9 Onkar Kular Elvis was here Retratos y figuras de Elvis

10 Jerszy Seymour Living Systems

  

GRUPO 2 Solitude, the one, the

self, alone

 

1 Daniel Charny+Gaby Klasmer Sports furniture

2 Wilson & Bell Kitchen Architecture Mk

3 Dash MacDonald Imagine Being a World Leader

4 Laura Potter My Life in a Sock Drawer

5 Noam Toram Bra Machine

6 Greetje Van Helmond Unsustainable joyas de azúcar

7 Oscar Narud Greedy Bastard

8Paul Cocksedge Styrene lampshade lampara colgante y video proyección

9 Studio Glithero /Panta Rei (Everything flows)/

10 Tithi Kutchamuch Ordinary Mould y My Sweets

(dos proyectos) chocolate, piruletas y molde

de cobre

11 Yuri Suzuki Sound Chaser

Joyas:(dos proyectos) tocadiscos y circuito

automovilístico

 

GRUPO 3 typology, domestic, reshape

 

1 Óscar Díaz CONE CLOCK CALENDAR 1 reloj. Mesa, estantería y 1 calendario

2Interaction Research Studio. Goldsmiths,

University of London

Plane Tracker, 2007

3 Nick Rysenbry LANDSPACE Instalación con cartón

4 Carl Clerkin Desperate Measures 10 cubos

5 Noam Toram The MacGuffin Library

6 5:5 DESIGNERS CLONING Jarrón y Almohada

7 Trico sin nombre Iluminación de obra

9 Nacho Carbonell Pump it up 2007 Hinchables

10 Zaunka (Dani Castillo y Quique Corrales)

SHOPTHEPLANET "Coches y otros

animanes" (2006) // "Cuerpo/consumo-

Body/consumption" (2008)// "Somos lo que

comemos" (2008)

 

GRUPO 4 Growth, expand,

extension, story, interaction,

mark

 

1 Martí Guixé CAU lamp, Danese 2008 lámpara

2 AA Two and half acres of beans, 2008

caseta de jardín. Varios materiales en el

interior

3 Bryony Birkbeck EGO, SUPEREGO, ID Instalación

4 Martino Gamper FOUR SEATER EMPTY CHAIRS Mesa en 4 piezas

5 David Bowen remote infrared drawing device 2008 Dispositivo de dibujo por infrarrojos

6 Random International Pendulum

7 Fulguro+Thomas Jomini Architecture Workshop REHOUSE/BATH Instalación

comprar las plantas en la zona. las plantas

han de regarse a mano

8 Tord Boontje WITCHES' KITCHEN 7 objetos de medidas variables

9 Pedrita sin nombre

 

GRUPO 5 ready, make, absorb, reuse,

translate, parts

 

1 Marta Botas & Germán R. Blanco RARA DE RARO

botella de vino, elementos gráficos (etiquetas,

corcho…)

2 Alejandro Mazuelas this is not a souvenir plantillas para graffitti

3 Santiago Cirugeda RECETAS URBANAS

2 maquetas, videos y 4 fichas de

autoconstruccion

4 Ernesto Oroza Sofá provisional, 1995 Conseguir artículos típicos de la zona

5 Raw Edges Studio Volume/CUT ATTACHEZ /BIN BAG BEAR

6 Daniel Eatock

TRANSITION, CHAIR BALANCE, ALARM

DANCE

7 Olivia Flore Decaris/Tiago Fonseca FOOTBALLS 4 piezas

8 Amidov (Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow) Parking lights 3 luces

9 Maud Traon POST APOCALIPTICAL SERIES piezas joyería

10 TROIKA ELECTROPROBES instalación sonora

 

GRUPO 6 Death, loss, absence,

cycle, trace, time

 

1 Mathias Hahn RAGGY HEROES 2 muñecos, 1 en partes y uno completo

2 Bert Simons A recycled ideology Escultura de cartón

3 Corinne Quin Timelines, 2008 6 cajas

4 NB: Studio LONDON'S KERNING MAP

mapa de Londres sólo con los nombres de las

calles

5 Dominic Wilcox THE GLOVE escultura/Guante

6 Pablo Valbuena Augmented Sculpture Instalación Audiovisual

7 Marei Wollersberger Child force 2008 2 muñecas, marco digital, 4 objetos de joyería

8 Tiago da Fonseca NO ANGLE, NO POISE escultura/flexo

  

TÍTULO, CATERING, INTRO

 

1Martin Fussenegger and Michael Sebastian

Haas

2 Alon Meron endoskeleton

Área de documentacion en la sala de

columnas

  

VIA: www.laboralcentrodearte.org

VIA: www.patriciaurquiola.com/

 

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

FIBArt 10

arte.fiberfib.com

Antonio Herrera + Atakontu + Conceptuarte + Biel Capllonch + CR3AM + Judas Arrieta + María José Climent

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Whereas Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional, Gerd de Bruyn actually scripts the discussion on the function between Albert Einstein, Buckminster Fuller, and Paul Scheerbart. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Gerd de Bruyn, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

 

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

FIB Heineken 2010, XVI Festival Internacional de Benicàssim

www.fiberfib.com

www.facebook.com/benicassimfestival

www.twitter.com/fiberfib

 

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FIBArt 10

arte.fiberfib.com

Antonio Herrera + Atakontu + Conceptuarte + Biel Capllonch + CR3AM + Judas Arrieta + María José Climent

 

FIBArt 10

arte.fiberfib.ccom

 

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FIB Heineken 2010, XVI Festival Internacional de Benicàssim

www.fiberfib.com

www.facebook.com/benicassimfestival

www.twitter.com/fiberfib

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

FIB Heineken 2010, XVI Festival Internacional de Benicàssim

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FIBArt 10

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Antonio Herrera + Atakontu + Conceptuarte + Biel Capllonch + CR3AM + Judas Arrieta + María José Climent

 

FIBArt 10

arte.fiberfib.ccom

 

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FIB Heineken 2010, XVI Festival Internacional de Benicàssim

www.fiberfib.com

www.facebook.com/benicassimfestival

www.twitter.com/fiberfib

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

FIBArt 10

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Antonio Herrera + Atakontu + Conceptuarte + Biel Capllonch + CR3AM + Judas Arrieta + María José Climent

Render de Recetas Urbanas

Render de Recetas Urbanas

COLLECTIVE ARCHITECTURES

Authors: Santiago Cirugeda et al.

Ed: Paula Álvarez

Awarded FAD Thought & Criticism 2011

www.edicionesvibok.net

 

Ecology, labor, relationships, resistance, joy and affections are the core of this unusual architectural and life work.

 

Diseño Buenos Días

PIC © Alberto Puras | cienxcien

Cortesía de Buenos Días

"Oh, uauh, there are more folded books inside the book!!"

 

www.edicionesvibok.net

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

"Un libro estupendo, ¡¡da gusto volver a él!! ¿Para cuando el próximo...?"

 

www.edicionesvibok.net

Junk Jet contains all sorts of works: written, drawn, programmed, photographed, hacked, tinkered, cooked, and played; works that display an addiction for the speculative.

Sam Jacob observes the connection of the sacred and the technical, the moral and the functional. Temporal or reversible, informal networks, beyond the order of power, and observed in Russia or Turkey, are the topic analysed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer. Within the WWW, but also challenging temporal conventions, Olia Lialina speculates on a mysterious webcam project of an empty bed. Reflecting on the computer as a new tool for designers, Neil Spiller and Georg Trogemann, from very different points of views, deal with machine architecture and their spaces between poetics and cybernetic automata. Roomservices, Aram Bartholl, Annett Zinsmeister, and Dadara deal with the concurrence or clash or completion of virtual and real space. From the photo booth, via a skip, to an ordinary building, and wiped off graffiti, there are stories and projects of the every day life and its minuscule gambles. Recetas Urbanas show an example of architectural misuse converting urban reserves to playgrounds. Julian von Klier’s photographs show spoors of graffiti works, which are tried to be deleted. The netartists 0100101110101101.org, also working with signs, contribute with the project “An Ordinary Building”. ‘Monsters’ is called a compendium of all of the monsters found in the contemporary practice and discourse of architecture. Maywa Denki introduces their music of nonsense objects, and Jodi’s delicious cooking recipe will make your stomach happy. Junk Jet features the “Junkancial Times” insert: best tips to speculate. Don’t miss the junk architect’s tattoo!!

With speculative contributions by: 0100101110101101.org, 5Voltcore, Andrew Maynard, Annett Zinsmeister, Aram Bartholl, Asli Serbest, Baubotanik, Carsten Nicolai, Dadara, Damon Rich, Debel, Dirk Specht, Florian Cramer, Franz Liebl, Georg Trogemann, Gerburg Celestine Stoffel, Hartmut Winkler, Helge Mooshammer, Jacob Reidel, Jan Vormann, Jodi, Julian von Klier, Katja Thorwarth + Kristy Balliet, Marc Gubermann, Maywa Denki, Mona Mahall, Mowblind, Neil Spiller, Olia Lialina, Palace, Paul Claessen, Peter Mörtenböck, Recetas Urbanas, Roomservices (Otto von Busch + Evren Uzer), Sam Jacob, Samuel Rhoads Clarke, Teaest, Zeitguised

 

Release Date: November 2008

ISSN: 1865-9357

Number of pages: 100

Measurements: 24 x 16.5 x 0.7 cm

www.igmade.net/order.html

I thought it was time for me to put up some precedents/examples/inspirations for my project.

 

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Recetas Urbanas do very cool "Subversive Urban Occupations". I really like their stuff, and might look at some of their techniques for strategic occupation of urban space in the city of Perth.

 

This image is from the project Taking the Street, described by the architects as:

 

Citizen who reviews, reinterprets and re-uses a city ordinance of the Seville General Urban Zoning Plan governing dumpster placement on public roads. He creates an Urban Public Ground Reserve, using the dumpsters as the physical base for installing temporary equipment that can be run autonomously by neighborhood residents without institutional control. In this way, citizens can practice their right to participate in the city's development. The project involves collecting dumpsters holding steel beams and sheets, painting them in striking colors, and labeling them appropriately, just as the ordinance demands. In place of rubble, the citizens fill the dumpsters with a variety of equipment of their choosing, such as: a wood floor used to build a Flamenco stage, steel benches and tables to form an area for reading and table games, various types of trees and plants for a garden, plasticized EPDM film with water and a trampoline for a swimming pool, and children's balance beams as part of a play area.

 

Links:

 

Recetas Urbanas

"Estuve leyendo el libro en el tren durante el viaje de vuelta, está genial!"

 

www.edicionesvibok.net

Render de Recetas Urbanas

"Un año de trabajo: mucho esfuerzo, mucho diálogo, muchas ideas, mucho cariño."

 

www.edicionesvibok.net

"A a un libro se lo quiere más cuando lo ves nacer..."

 

www.edicionesvibok.net

El barri de Les Palmeres és una del espais més invisibles de la nostra ciutat. Un barri que es va començar a construir el 1955 en el que aleshores eren terrenys de propietat de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. Des d'aleshores, i un cop ja incorporat al Prat, ha esdevingut un lloc "en mig" del no res, un barri envoltat de rumors i no-històries, una comunitat al marge del municipi.

Més tard l'ampliació de l'aeroport, l'arribada de nous veïns i veïnes i actualment el Pla de l'Eixample Sud han anat fen més complexe la situació d'aquest barri i la seva comunitat.

El taller pretén posa en joc les metodologies de treball de Recetas Urbanas per investigar, imaginar i planificar possibles accions que des de la idea d'arquitectures col·lectives (concepte que va més enllà de la pròpia arquitectura com a discipina) activin espais o projectes culturals que promoguin el coneixement, el debat, la reflexió o la visibilitat de les realitats del barri avui.

"Aún no lo he podido leer, pero pinta muy bien!"

 

www.edicionesvibok.net

Today it seems that everything must be defined exclusively in economic terms, but what value does culture have?

 

In so-called “Western” countries, little or none. Continuous and repeated cuts in education – at every level – have contributed to creating not one, but several generations who fail to receive an education worthy of the name; this is fertile ground for an administrative and political army whose morale is on a par with that of the conquistadores. The tendency to view the world, and its expressions, solely from a “revenue” – or debt – point of view, is not only destroying tens of thousands of years of culture, but is threatening us and the planet.

 

The challenge is to promote the process of circulation, development and protection of cultures: all cultures, in their diversity, individuality and complexity are a well-structured, fragile heritage that can significantly contribute to visualising and pursuing a model of society that is freer and genuinely more democratic than the current one.

 

Architecture plays a key role in determining cultural landscapes. Architecture shapes – from the vernacular to international and modern style, from -isms to the latest avant-garde – the places assigned to development and research, as well as the most ordinary places in everyday life, such as housing, roads, squares and places for meeting and entertainment, or shopping centres and offices. It is precisely in these ordinary places, the most popular and frequented by the vast majority of the population, that culture needs to be defended the most; it is the everyday places, where 99% of the population live, that are the most fragile.

 

The environment which has been built around us can support the development and preservation of cultures, or it can reject, demean and degrade them. This is the case with a large number of buildings built with very little planning care or using shoddy, and sometimes polluting materials.

 

It is not easy to get rid of bad architecture; planting a few trees to cover up its social and cultural effects is not enough. The problem has to be dealt with in-depth, primarily, by identifying the features and causes.

 

Nowadays, a vast number of places bear the embryos of a new, experimental, innovative, inclusive and collaborative architectural culture that manages to overcome cultural, political, economic and social boundaries, subsequently renewing the affirmation of inviolable human rights such as dignity, equality, freedom and the aspiration to peace. Many of the people behind these projects are young, sometimes very young, and this is no coincidence. What would a world be like where these young people are, maybe not helped, but at least not hindered to the point that sometimes they give up their social commitment in favour of choices dictated by need?

 

Article 3 of the Italian Constitution states the principle that economic and social obstacles that restrict the freedom and equality of citizens, preventing them from maximum achievement, must be removed.

 

Utopia? Nowadays, quite a few people believe it is feasible, and they are not just dreamers. Perhaps we just need to get to know them better.

 

Discover more at www.boundaries.it

 

Order a copy at Boundaries' Bookstore

  

With projects and texts by:

 

Ateliermob + Colectivo Warehouse, Marco Casagrande, Barbara Cole, Colectivo Arquitectura Expandida, Kéré Architecture, Folke Köbberling & Martin Kaltwasser, Marta Maccaglia & Paulo Afonso, Rozana Montiel, Orkidstudio, The Oslo School of Architecture, Recetas Urbanas, Robust Architecture Workshop, The Scarcity and Creativity Studio, Taller Espacios Abiertos + Bruno Sève, Riccardo Vannucci_FAREstudio

Fòrum CiutatsCreactives.net > TGN.2011 Foto: Maria Veses Ferrer

Habitat Sin Fronteras + Recetas Urbanas (Urban Prescriptions, Santi Cirugeda + Gullermo Cruz)

www.recetasurbanas.net/

colectivosenlared.org/blogs/

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