Abstract

Abstract:

Published between 1979 and 2000, the Australian independent architectural periodical Transition was central to the transfer and translation of global architectural theory into Australian architectural discourse and practice. A hybrid periodical that resists simple classification, Transition was able to span boundaries between academia, practice, and theory, thus providing a shared object through which actors from varied disciplinary and professional backgrounds were able to work collaboratively. Framing the periodical as a boundary object, this paper identifies three characteristics that made it effective in the translation of ideas: its marginality, vagueness, and egalitarianism.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2576-7895
Print ISSN
2576-7887
Pages
pp. 47-71
Launched on MUSE
2020-09-17
Open Access
No
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