site-writing

Contributions to the recently created site-writing website ( https://site-writing.co.uk/ ) are open until Deceber 7, 2019.

Guidelines for contributions are:

1. Name

2. Title of Work/Project, (Date), Location.

3. An opening quote/extract(s) (up to 50 words) from your own writing/practice and/or others who you refer to)

4. A summary of the work for a general audience (up to 300 words)

5. Images that document the work (up to 6)

Portrait

RGB, 2000px (Height), 72dpi (Resolution)

Save As JPEG (Quality: 12)

Landscape

RGB, 2000px (Width), 72dpi (Resolution)

Save As JPEG (Quality: 12)

6. A downloadable, PDF of the work itself, or an extract of around 500 words or as long as you wish. Or this can be a link to a video on vimeo if you prefer.

7. Short biog (up to 300 words). Please note your practice, affiliations, publications, art/design works, projects and weblinks, vimeo links etc. as well as courses you teach. (If you took the Critical Spatial Practice/Site-Writing module, you may want to mention this, and/or which course you were on ie MA Architectural History, MA Situated Practices, MSc Urban Studies, MRes Urban Design, PhD by Architectural Design, PhD Architectural History and Theory, Affiliate PhD Student. Or not! It’s up to you).

8. Up to three references to other works that have inspired your own – these could be books, artworks, films, buildings, activist actions. Please include author, title of work, date, and location. And weblinks where relevant.

9. A comment on your approach to practice overall (approx. 100 words) focusing on the ways in which your work has adapted, adopted, borrowed, challenged, critiqued, developed, evolved – or any other relational term – key tenets of critical spatial practice and/or site-writing.

10. Keywords (up to 6)

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