Click/Scan/Bold: The New Materiality of Architectural Discourse and Its Counter-Publics

  title={Click/Scan/Bold: The New Materiality of Architectural Discourse and Its Counter-Publics},
  author={Shannon Mattern},
  journal={Design and Culture},
  pages={329 - 353}
ABSTRACT The past five years have brought several exhibitions, conferences, and other events that examine the past, present, and future of architectural periodicals. Incited in large part by the transformations wrought by new digital and social media in both architecture and publishing, these events reflect a desire among their participants to shape the materiality of architectural discourse—and even to frame the creation of discursive space as a form of architectural design itself. It is often… 
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