In order to continue the discussion around the topics of MAS Context beyond the date of their publication, we have created the “In Context” section. This section features guest curators who browse the archives of MAS Context, uncovering new relationships between articles and establishing new topics such as “Emptiness,” “History,” “Social,” and “Location.” As Mimi Zeiger points out in her piece, “What’s made clear when we recontextualize the accumulated material of ten issues of MAS Context is not only the publication’s commitment to delving into topics of politics and place, but the ongoing need for discourse around contextual crises and their consequences.”
- In Context | Léopold Lambert
Léopold Lambert is a French architect[e] whose work is based on a balancing act between writing/editing and designing.
- In Context | Tomas Skovgaard
Tomas Skovgaard is an architect and critic interested in cultural studies, inter-networked media and communications.
- In Context | Martine Syms
Martine Syms is a conceptual entrepreneur based in Los Angeles, California who grew up going to punk shows and watching lots of television.
- In Context | Diego Arraigada
Diego Arraigada is an architect and professor at the Escuela de Arquitectura y Estudios Urbanos of the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires.
- In Context | Michael Kubo
Michael Kubo is a writer and editor currently pursuing a Ph.D. in the History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture at MIT.
- In Context | Brendan Crain
Brendan Crain is a writer and urbanist, founder of the Where blog and the Communications Manager at Project for Public Spaces.
- In Context | Javier Arbona
Javier Arbona is a PhD candidate in geography at UC Berkeley with a background in architecture and urbanism.
- In Context | Mason White
Mason White is Director of the Master of Architecture Program, University of Toronto. He is a Partner in Lateral Office, and a Director of InfraNet Lab.
- In Context | dpr-barcelona
dpr-barcelona is an innovative publishing company based in Barcelona, specialized in high quality architecture and design books
- In Context | Mimi Zeiger
Mimi Zeiger is a Los Angeles-based freelancer, writing on architecture, art, and design. She is the founder of the architecture zine and blog loud paper.