This vibrant collection of essays, photo works, and drawing projects explores the physical problems of our built environment with a view to bridging the perceived divide between theory and practice in architectural discourse. The Canadian and international architects, photographers, and cultural commentators in this anthology address issues such as the relationship between professional practice and conventional architectural models, the political and sociological dimensions of various kinds of social and private spaces, and the effects of recent history upon architectural practice.
About the author
Scott Sorli teaches architecture, media, and communications at the University of Toronto, with an emphasis on time-based media. He is also an independent curator and co-founder of the street window gallery convenience, which programs artists in an architectural, urban, and civic context.