Both poetry and architecture hold the capacity to emotionally and
surprisingly move us. Poetry has the power to change perceptions,
create startling images and reveal hidden creases. Poetry connects bodily rhythms with sonorous pleasure, existential insight and imaginative delight. Architecture further connects physical movement in space, gravity and material form. Both poetry and architecture reveal in unexpected ways how the world touches us.
The 2007 CCUSA issue of Ai welcomes submissions projects, built
works, articles engaged with the idea of rethinking architecture so that (as in poetry) the unexpected, the unexamined, the unforeseen and the new is revealed. Please submit materials in the form of a CD or electronic files (PC compatible) to Dr. Thomas Mical, School of Architecture, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B6 (firstname.lastname@example.org) by September 15 2006. Low resolution files are preferred for the initial submission.
Dr. Thomas Mical,
School of Architecture,
1125 Colonel By Drive,
Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B6
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