in-between | inbe twēn | informal adjective: situated somewhere between two extremes or recognised categories.
From a utilitarian metal box, a building or a garden to whole new suburbs, housing estates, new towns and regions, issue 31 of The Modernist aims to bring together a diverse range of topics.
In-Between presents traditionally less discussed examples that are not necessarily regarded as mainstream modern. Deriving from my own professional background in-between art history, landscape architecture and architecture, the intent of this issue is to broaden the boundaries and discuss topics such as tradition and modernity, city and nature, garden and region, garden city and suburban living, Eastern bloc housing estates, shipping containers and British New Towns as well as contemporary poetry and art.
JAKOBSEN – BETWEEN LANDSCAPE, 06 MODERN ART AND HISTORY : Karen Fitzsimon
RETAIL CONTAINERS : Gary Warnaby
TRADITION & TRANSITION: GILLESPIE KIDD & COIA : James Robertson
SUN, SHIT, COMPOST AND AIR : Silvan Linden
WEST BERLIN BIOTOPE MAP : Sandra Bartoli
BROWN'S AMERICA : Luca Csepely-Knorr
MINIATURE GARDEN CITY : Vicky Jolley
EVERYTHING HERE IS BLISS [FRAGMENTS] : Helen Angell
TOWER AND SLAB : Eszter Bakay
FIRST NEW NEW TOWN : Jonjo Maudsley
REGULAR SHAPE OF FOREVER : André Stitt
SYSTEM OF GREEN TENTACLES : Koenraad Danneels + Bruno Notteboom
(Published July 2019)
135mm(w) x 280mm(h)