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Log 31: New Ancients

Log 31: New Ancients recognizes the sudden reappearance of history in the work of an emerging group of architects, curators, theorists, and, of course, historians. Drawing a parallel with the 17th-century quarrel between the Ancients and Moderns at the Academie française, guest editors Dora Epstein Jones and Bryony Roberts present the work of practitioners who explore the contemporary possibilities of history. This Spring/Summer 2014 issue particularly emphasizes drawing that synthesizes technology and precedent, including a Piranesi-inspired digital reimagining of Istanbul and an animated analytic drawing of Borromini’s San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane linked via a QR code in the magazine. In short, Log 31 offers a look into history’s history as a way to circumvent the paradigm of constant mechanical innovation.

 

Contents

Zeynep Çelik Alexander, Neo-Naturalism

Andrew Atwood, Rendering Air: On Representation of Particles in the Sky

Sarah Blankenbaker, Idiosyncratic Perspectives

Mark Ericson, Domestic Inversion

David Gissen, The Path to the Acropolis, a Reconstruction

Urtzi Grau & Cristina Goberna, What Kinds of Copies?

Mark Jarzombek, The Shanghai Expo and the Rise of Pop-Arch

Dora Epstein Jones, The Pas de Chat: A Modern Tale of Discipline and Reward

Thomas Kelley, Five Self-Portraits

Parsa Khalili, Campus Martius East

Amy Kulper, Out of Character

Anna Neimark, On White on White

Marc Neveu, The Truth of the Flying Pamphlet

William O’Brien Jr., Labyrinth

Jorge Otero-Pailos, Space-Time 1964/2014

Jason Payne, Projekti Bunkerizimit: The Strange Case of the Albanian Bunker

Emmanuel Petit, Spherical Penetrability: Literal and Phenomenal

Bryony Roberts, Beyond the Querelle

Bryony Roberts with Sarah Whiting, Re: Forms

Matt Roman, The King’s Gambit

Jonah Rowen, Some Difficulties in Drawing Spheres in Relation to Forms in General

Daniel Sherer, The Architectural Project and the Historical Project: Tensions, Analogies, Discontinuities

Enrique Walker, Scaffolding

Cameron Wu, Of Circles and Lines

 

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