NONCON FORM

NONCON FORM

Log 41, 2017 (Jaffer Kolb, guest editor)

"...this more radical interpretation of (sexual and cardinal) orientation is significant for queerness in architecture, especially given today’s disciplinary refocus from architectural space (and, by extension, culture and identity) to the architectural object. I would speculate that queerness in architecture – like the T-shirt –is not necessarily about the specific, intrinsic, or absolute qualities of an object being determinately queer, but rather about the shape-shifting, code-switching capacity of these qualities to register multiple forms and effects...."