Posting on the Postnatural

Starting Thursday, October 5th, Taubman College is hosting a symposium entitled Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural. Symposia, like this one, are a prime location where radical ideas are championed, old paradigms are dismantled, and the future paths for Architecture are forged. What is your unambiguous stance on Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural? You are invited to engage with the symposium's events and take a position with regards to a specific presentation or exhibition piece.

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How long? 1-300 words

Due date: Wednesday, October 11th

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Contribute to the third issue of Knot. Posting on the Postnatural Starting Thursday, October 5th, Taubman College is hosting a symposium entitled Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural. Symposia, like this one, are a prime location where radical ideas are championed, old paradigms are dismantled, and the future paths for Architecture are forged. What is your unambiguous stance on Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural? You are invited to engage with the symposium's events and take a position with regards to a specific presentation or exhibition piece. Submission Guidelines
Contribute to the third issue of Knot. Posting on the Postnatural Starting Thursday, October 5th, Taubman College is hosting a symposium entitled Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural. Symposia, like this one, are a prime location where radical ideas are championed, old paradigms are dismantled, and the future paths for Architecture are forged. What is your unambiguous stance on Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural? You are invited to engage with the symposium's events and take a position with regards to a specific presentation or exhibition piece. Submission Guidelines
Posting on the Postnatural Starting Thursday, October 5th, Taubman College is hosting a symposium entitled Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural. Symposia, like this one, are a prime location where radical ideas are championed, old paradigms are dismantled, and the future paths for Architecture are forged. What is your unambiguous stance on Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural? You are invited to engage with the symposium's events and take a position with regards to a specific presentation or exhibition piece. Submission Guidelines

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submit to: editors@knotumich.com

Contribute to the third issue of Knot.
Posting on the Postnatural Submission Guidelines
Name it: Title your submission How long? 1-300 words Due date: Wednesday, October 11th Send to: editors@knotumich.com or use the submission form: