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Log 41

Log 41 both observes the state of architecture today and devotes 114 pages to a special section called Working Queer, guest edited by architect Jaffer Kolb. From Hans Tursack’s critical view of “shape architecture” to Michael Young’s valuation of parafiction as a critique of realism; from Lisa Hsieh’s examination of modernology in Japan to Cynthia Davidson’s conversation with Martino Stierli, Log 41 considers both history and the contemporary. In Working Queer, nineteen authors similarly look at history and the contemporary. From homo-fascism of the early 20th century to trans gender bathrooms today, as well as methods of work, materials, and mediation that can all be considered queer, or queering, in today’s pluralist, mediated world.

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