Log 52 Summer 2021
|Author||Cynthia Davidson ed.|
This issue of ‘Log’ addresses how Black artists and designers feel socially and culturally limited due to the way the public perceives their work. Two pieces reflect on this: a conversation on Black social practice with Thelma Golden (director of the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York City), architect David Adjaye, and artist Rick Lowe; and a review of ‘Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America’ at MoMA (2021). Other contributions include Kurt W. Forster’s travels with Lars Spuybroek, Patrick Templeton’s appraisal of follies, sizing up the superprime with Matthew Soules, Deborah Gans’s ideas of adaptation, Maya Lin’s ‘Ghost Forest’, and more.
|176 p, ills bw, 17 x 24 cm, pb, English|