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  • Dirt
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    Dirt—edited by Megan Born, MArch/MLA’08, Lily Jencks, MArch/MLA’09, and Assistant Professor of Architecture Helene Furján with Phillip M. Crosby, PhD Fellow—presents a selection of works that share dirty attitudes: essays, interviews, excavations, and projects that view dirt not as filth but as a medium, a metaphor, a material, a process, a design tool, a narrative, a system. Rooted in the landscape architect’s perspective, Dirt views dirt not as repulsive but endlessly giving, fertile, adaptive, and able to accommodate difference while maintaining cohesion. This dirty perspective sheds light on social connections, working processes, imaginative ideas, physical substrates, and urban networks.

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