Kerb 20: Speculative Stories – Narratives in Landscape Architecture
Publisher: Melbourne Books, 2012, ISBN: 9781922129017, Editors: Nathan Collins, Farah Dakkak, David De Thomasis, Danielle Jewson, Zoe Loomes and Ellen St Ruth, Designer: Sean Hogan, Format: Softcover, 210 x 300, 128pp
Kerb journal celebrates its 20th edition by examining the ways in which speculative narrative discourse can be applied to landscape architecture. Through exploring fabricated foundations, fossilisation of information and contemporary unfoldings, new horizons for the narratives of landscape architecture can be navigated and forms of resistance to the existing knowledge can be uncovered. It is through this view in landscape architecture that exploration is facilitated of both new possibilities and their implications.
With contributions by Philip Beesley, Liam Young, Geoff Manaugh, Future Cities Lab, CLOUDS Architecture, Factory Fifteen and others.