FMIX: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
The formulation and production of architecture is constantly levelled against its past, present and future authorities, that forever rewrite the rulebook. Fresh Meat Journal—the compendium of architectural fictions, judgments and opinions—invites submissions regarding the Fake and the Radical as two forms that hide, react, reject, conceal and distort the rules of the day.
By exploring fictions and facts through ideas of speculation within the field of architecture, and by projecting great shifts in its momentum, The Fake and the Radical deal with authority in a multitude of ways, often combining and/or juxtaposing as they struggle to cope with the overarching power and image of previous establishments.
The Fake, relying on previous knowledge to fabricate itself, can be a form of re-conceptualization through a collection of fragments from past, present or future models. The Radical, on the other hand, gains strength from rejection and the extent to which its ideals are seen as removed from its contemporary position.
Fresh Meat Issue IX invites professional, academics, students, renegades, show-ponies and divas to question and contradict the Fake and the Radical in the realm of architecture. We welcome questions and forecasts that look at how the copy, the anonymous, the pseudonym, the moral, and the parody help analyze the Fake and the Radical.
Do the Fake or the Radical exist without authority, and as a result what is the role of authority in today’s architecture? What are the morals that must be considered in the Fake and the Radical, if any? How do the anonymous and the pseudonym function with the rules of authority?
Please direct any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your submission to FMIX must be submitted to a specific category: Writing or Project. Footnote text and footnote imagery are discluded from the maximum requirements listed, but must be cited and submitted along with the work via the Source Information sheet included with the Call for Submissions. Please see below for requirements.
In general FM considers writing that is considered and conceived as essays or general observations that relate to the themes of FMIX. Critical engagement with specific themes are preferred.
Short Form Piece
Short examinations and explorations considered. Pieces do not have to be academic papers, and critical personal opinions or unsolicited predictions are encouraged.
Long Form Piece
1500 – 2500 Words
Longer examinations and explorations considering relevant architectural themes apparent in FMIX are requested. Pieces should be investigative and projective.
A project statement must be included describing crucial information that further articulates the project’s directive and relationship to FMIX.
300 – 700 Words
Imagery 4 Max Photographs / Renderings
4 Max Drawings
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