The 28th edition of Kerb Journal is titled “Decentre: Designing for coexistence in a time of crisis,” and will explore the ideas, practices and knowledge systems that promote stronger forms of coexistence. The editors are looking for articles that examine the role that design can be play in “imagining and embracing forms of agency that will allow [humans] to co-inhabit with non-humans.”
While Kerb Journal is a landscape architecture journal, submissions are open to all disciplines and can include both text and image-based work.
The editors state: “In this year of heightened upheaval and uncertainty, Kerb 28 offers an opportunity to reflect on and interrogate our position in the world we share. We acknowledge the challenges and hardship currently being faced around the world but hope that this issue will offer a moment to reflect on the positive change design may bring to the future.”
Expressions of interest for Kerb 28 close 22 April 2020. For more information, go here.
Read Andrew Toland’s review of Kerb 27: Selective Perceptions – Who are we really designing for? here.