Kerb 22 Journal of Landscape Architecture: Remoteness
RMIT Landscape Architecture Program
About the book
Through the creation of place and the understanding of space, landscape architecture is able to solidify the intermediary.
Kerb 22 interrogates the notion of remoteness from four viewpoints, identifying opportunities of engagement within spaces balancing on the edge of tangibility, or deeply virtually sited.
This issue of Kerb aims to establish connectivity between the entities that lie within a greater territory, calling for the interrogation of space.
Whether through the distribution of physical settlements or through the definition of virtual boundaries, mediating the divide places remoteness within a near-instantaneous reach; enabling us to grasp and employ the remote as a tool for spatial negotiation.