Now available: Candide No. 8

Candide No. 8 is now available at booksellers or directly through www.hatjecantz.de. It features Sascha Roesler writing on ethnographic representation in architecture, Danielle Hodgson analysing the iconography of security in Japanese clay-walled storehouses, Christoph Asendorf reflecting on Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s particular contemporaneity, Axel Sowa encountering the work and thinking of Hermann Czech as well as Lasse Kilvær and AnnMarie Brennan imagining an uncontrollable organism that reorganizes the concrete matter of the city of Melbourne.

Donnerstag
September 4th, 2014
8:13 pm