[ABouT]-Performance asks members of the architectural community to share projects or moments that highlight their experience with performance in the built environment.
The journal explores the broad interpretations of the word “performance” through the lens of place and time, while considering implications of environmental, social, economic and political conditions. The architect has the power to radically change the human perception of the environment and considers performance as it spans Across multiple architectural environments, Beyond the perceived environment and Through the physical spaces of architecture.
This volume seeks work that documents, analyzes, critiques and expands the notion of performance in architecture. Submit by March 22, 2022.
We welcome original works in any form that can be reproduced in two dimensions on paper. Written work should be 4,000 words or less submitted as a .docx or .rtf file.
Use Chicago Manual of Style for endnotes (numbered 1, 2, 3, etc.) and bibliography. Include figure captions (numbered 1, 2, 3, etc.) at the end of the document and submit figures as separate .tif files (at 300 dpi, CMYK color). Visual work (without text) is also accepted. A 100-word biography of the author(s) and a 300-word abstract or description of the project are required at the time of submission. Name files using the following convention: Surname_essay, Surname_bio, Surname_abstract, Surname_Figure_1, etc.
Submit work via email by March 22, 2022 to email@example.com.
About the Journal [ABouT]
ABouT:: across, beyond, through
[ABouT] journal is the reincarnation of [TRANS-] journal, a student-run academic publication founded in 2014 by members of Tau Sigma Delta at the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture. [ABouT] continues the practice of [TRANS-] by exploring topics across architecture and design, beyond the surface of understanding and through the intricacies and implications of architecture.
Past issues of [TRANS-] are available for purchase: