Lunch 12

Tactics

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Tactics, hacks, DIY, maker culture – these terms have begun to permeate our design vocabulary. The tactical mindset eschews convention in favor of subversion. The tactician is not afraid of failure, but rather embraces projects…

SKU: 90708
Size: 6.5″ x 10″ (Portrait)
Pages: 212pp
Binding: Soft Bound
Publication Date: spring 2018
ISBN: 978-1-940743-60-8
Rights World: Available

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Description

“Movements in which citizens affect change in their cities through small-scale and often temporary actions.”

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Size

6.5" x 10" (Portrait)

Pages

212pp

Binding

Soft Bound

Publication date

spring 2018

ISBN

978-1-940743-60-8

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Overview

Tactics, hacks, DIY, maker culture – these terms have begun to permeate our design vocabulary. The tactical mindset eschews convention in favor of subversion. The tactician is not afraid of failure, but rather embraces projects as design(ed) experiments. Tactics are pragmatic and instrumental, fluid and adaptive. Tactics are heterogeneous, occurring between the binaries of permanent and temporal, constructed and imagined, sanctioned and unsanctioned. The recent rise of tactics is illustrated by events and developments across the United States, including the occupy movement, guerilla urbanism, and tactical urbanism – movements in which citizens affect change in their cities through small-scale and often temporary actions. Building on these threads, ‘Lunch 12’ asks how the tactical can permanently transform the design process and seeks to reconcile the widening gap between the crafted and the constructed, the visible and the invisible, the designer and the public.

Authors

Salvatrice Aul, editor, received a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Virginia in 2017. Currently working in San Diego, CA, she hopes to continue to work on other architectural publications in the near future.


Pia von Barby, editor, is a master of landscape architecture candidate and research assistant for the Landscape Studies Initiative at the University of Virginia whose research interests focuses on entanglements of the human and non-human.

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SKU: 90708
Size: 6.5″ x 10″ (Portrait)
Pages: 212pp
Binding: Soft Bound
Publication Date: spring 2018
ISBN: 978-1-940743-60-8
Rights World: Available


Lunch 12

“Movements in which citizens affect change in their cities through small-scale and often temporary actions.”

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