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Fictional Journal / Heini Lehtinen, Sophie Rzepecky, Teresa Palmieri

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, Germany
Heini Lehtinen is a writer and designer working on strategic, content-based creative direction; concept design, strategic communications, publications and exhibitions. Sophie Rzepecky is a designer, concept developer, editor and currently working in the realms of contemporary art and design. Teresa Palmieri is a social designer particularly interested in researching the relation between people, places and the importance of the spatial dimension of life in relation to contemporary issues.

Fictional Journal


Issue 03. Land

Fictional Journal


Issue 03. Land
An architecture built on a deeper understanding of land as a durational and impermanent force.

Recent events point to a loss in our capability to imagine the mystery and mythology of land and lands. Land – dwelling, navigation and mapping - is perceived as something demarcated. What could come of a reconception of land in relation to guardianship, contemporary mythology, techno-mysticism and psycho-geography? How would this affect our perceptions of the built environment and un-built environment? How could design and architecture aid in finding balance between Land and humanity?

Fictional Journal’s third open call Issue 03. Land investigates diverse and complex issues of ‘land’ as a societal context of design and architecture. Responses will be published on Fictional Journal alongside a series of symposia, events, exhibitions and experiences in 2017.

Fictional Journal is a platform and an online publication for design theory and practice navigating societal contexts of design. In 1–2 issues a year, Fictional Journal opens up a current theme for investigation and action.


Fictional Journal


Issue 03. Land

Fictional Journal


Issue 03. Land
An architecture built on a deeper understanding of land as a durational and impermanent force.

Recent events point to a loss in our capability to imagine the mystery and mythology of land and lands. Land – dwelling, navigation and mapping - is perceived as something demarcated. What could come of a reconception of land in relation to guardianship, contemporary mythology, techno-mysticism and psycho-geography? How would this affect our perceptions of the built environment and un-built environment? How could design and architecture aid in finding balance between Land and humanity?

Fictional Journal’s third open call Issue 03. Land investigates diverse and complex issues of ‘land’ as a societal context of design and architecture. Responses will be published on Fictional Journal alongside a series of symposia, events, exhibitions and experiences in 2017.

Fictional Journal is a platform and an online publication for design theory and practice navigating societal contexts of design. In 1–2 issues a year, Fictional Journal opens up a current theme for investigation and action.



Idea by

Fictional Journal / Heini Lehtinen, Sophie Rzepecky, Teresa Palmieri
Germany
Heini Lehtinen is a writer and designer working on strategic, content-based creative direction; concept design, strategic communications, publications and exhibitions. Sophie Rzepecky is a designer, concept developer, editor and currently working in the realms of contemporary art and design. Teresa Palmieri is a social designer particularly interested in researching the relation between people, places and the importance of the spatial dimension of life in relation to contemporary issues.