This was once an open call to design polemicists in every field of knowledge.
Until early 2017 and for almost three years, LapsusLima existed as a podcast and –sporadically— as a blog on the history and theory of architecture, with an outstanding focus on the Bauhaus and its creatures.
It then evolved into a paying journal to publish the sort of work the prestige suspects couldn’t or wouldn’t make room for: because it was too speculative, too stylistically divergent or conceptually abstruse.
The general scope of the journal was broadly spatial (in other words: about time), with a platform that included –but did not exhaust itself— at architecture, lest it be inscribed within the greater schemes of history and geography, archæology and anthropology, and/or the physical and behavioural sciences.
LapsusLima was a place where the past was assayed, the present exploded, and the future rehearsed –with few holds barred.
And now that future is coming home to roost.
Please reach The Nightjar with your pitches at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow her on Twitter @LapsusLima