MAS Context releases its seventeenth issue, BOUNDARY
© Larry Mayorga
We all set our personal and physical boundaries. They are important to keep us running as well as sane. Other boundaries, established by people, countries or nature are used to define edges, separate two entities, and interrupt natural flows such as human migrations and ecosystems. Natural and artificial boundaries exist and will continue to do so in one way or another. Is it possible, then, to rethink what a boundary is, what its potential in our society can be, and if we even need them?
The seventeenth issue of the quarterly design journal MAS Context, BOUNDARY, is already out. All the content is available for free at www.mascontext.com, where you can order a printed copy of the journal and download the electronic version. Contributors to this issue include Lawrence Abrahamson, Paola Aguirre, Alaska, Noël Ashby, The Center for Land Use Interpretation, Odile Compagnon, Killian Doherty, Sharon Haar, Interboro Partners, Sean Lally, Teaque Lenahan, Meredith Ludwig, Dennis Milam, Carl H. Nightingale, Jason Pickleman, Yorgos Rimenidis, Brian Rose, Julia Sedlock, Mario Vaquerizo, and Larry Mayorga, who is the guest cover designer.
MAS Context, a quarterly journal created by MAS Studio, addresses issues that affect the urban context. Each issue delivers a comprehensive view of a single topic through the active participation of people from different fields and different perspectives who, together, instigate the debate. MAS Context is a not for profit organization based in Chicago, Illinois.