Leaving no trace

Drawing Fields, a GPS generated installation by Outpost Office in response to the Ragdale Ring competition / ‘This Brutal World: Public opinion has softened its views on Brutalism. That isn’t enough to stay the wrecking ball.’ Kate Wagner, of the great McMansion Hell on how it all comes down to money in the end. For some inspirational related imagery, see the architecture curated by Juliaknz / and just to prove that this isn’t really anything to do with aesthetics or politics, here’s the Victorian Society’s depressing Top 10 Most Endangered Buildings list 2020. ‘It turns out that image sharing is easy and activism is hard.’ / thoughts about urban futures, part 235, on PriestmanGoode’s Dromos Project: can the marriage of personal and freight transport ever work? / other things. ‘In Their Own Words: Unpublished Children’s Notebooks Reveal Poignant View of History’ (via MeFi) / bespoke musical instruments from Blast Cult / Good Music to Avert the Collapse of American Democracy, Volume 2.

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