“Biohaus”: The Bauhaus and the Biopolitics of Global Space TRANSIT Vol. 13, No. 1 Aron Korozs [Related Links: “Introduction” by Andrew Blough and Jonas Teupert] Download PDF Abstract Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, art historians and urban studies scholars have been pleading for a more nuanced analysis of the Bauhaus in order to […]

Animals in Architecture by Sabine Scho TRANSIT vol. 12, no. 1 Translated by Bradley A. Schmidt Download PDF Translator’s Introduction Sabine Scho’s work is hard to pin down. The German publisher of Animals in Architecture—Kookbooks—is largely dedicated to contemporary poetry, perhaps leading one to an over-hasty taxonomy. Upon closer inspection, Scho’s work, in particular Animals […]

WELTSTADT — Erinnerung und Zukunft von Geflüchteten im Modell (WORLD CITY: Refugees’ Memories and Futures as Models) About the Project: From September 2016 to March 2017, S27 – Art and Education held eight xed and mobile model-making workshops in different Berlin districts as well as in Genshagen (Brandenburg). The residents of nearby refugee homes and […]

Attack of the Cyberzombies: Media, Reconstruction, and the Future of Germany’s Architectural Past TRANSIT vol. 10, no. 2 Rob McFarland Download PDF Abstract While in Frankfurt a few weeks ago, I visited the site of the Dom/Römer project, a series of 35 buildings that are under construction in the historical center of Frankfurt am Main. […]