In the recently published article titled Everything is already an image, John May draws the following logical conclusion: “If the world of the orthographer was simultaneously a text and a drawing, the world of postorthographer is simultaneously an image and a model – an electronic image and an electronic model, signally mapped onto one another.” Perhaps […]
Erika Henriksson is a swedish architect and researcher. Her work emanate from her close interaction with people, places and built environment. She is educated at KTH School of architecture (Stockholm, Sweden), Rural Studios (Alabama, US) and Umeå School of architecture (Umeå, Sweden).
She works with architectural projects, spatial installation, video and photography. She is occupied with architecture as a cultural and metaphysical manifestation, and work in processes of building as a way to see and understand the world. Erika is currently a PhD-candidate in practice-based research at NTNU, Trondheim, Norway.
By Brady Burroughs, Anna Wahlöö and Kajsa L. Körner The idea of the content page departures from a common experience of being exposed to a theoretical canon, in seminaries, lectures etc, which is taken for granted and seldom questioned. Therefore, we wanted to construct a critical reading list, which not only suggested what this […]