Alican Taylan


Two approaches to weighing carbon form.

A sprawling timeline alleged to tell the energetic history of the world; the entirety of the Detrital Fossil Carbon era was crammed into about two inches.

The discursive ghosts of well-worn debates occasionally lingered

“How do we situate the problem of the modern?” asked Elisa Iturbe.

“What if architects dealt primarily not with form but with flow—material flow, energy flow, human flow?”