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Call for Papers
Architext 8
School of Architecture, Ariel University

Once a year, the School of Architecture at Ariel University in Samaria publishes Architext, a bilingual (English and Hebrew) journal on architecture. In fact, this is the only academic peer-reviewed journal published by any Israeli school of architecture.
The topics of each issue vary – sometimes they have a common theme and sometimes they don’t. Each issue contains approximately six papers, as well as presenting several noteworthy projects done by the school’s students.
The idea to publish a journal was a response to a real need to expand academic and theoretical discussion as an integral part of architectural action, by establishing an outlet for dialogue and creation for writers, whether they belong to the school or not. The journal’s papers bring up complex contexts of public and cultural space, and local and global space, and it offers the writers with a chance to express their thoughts and experimental research in architecture, both in theory and in practice.
Issue 8: Between Art and Architecture
There is a special link between art and architecture, which is embedded in the field of architecture itself. Since creating meaningful architecture is a cultural act which matches the time and place in which it occurs, and is not just a practical response to a need, but rather an act of commentary, it could be defined as an act of poetry. One can view artists’ work in a similar light: through their creation they give us a glimpse of the world, whether through painting, illustrating, sculpting or any other means. Both artists and architects deal with collective and personal cultural questions, through both criticism and personal involvement. Through their acts of commentary, they shed a new light on how we look at the world and live in.
The eighth issue of Architext wishes to discuss space and the connection between art and architecture and to suggest new perspectives on two key areas: architects who create, and collaborations between artists and architects.
Below are some relevant (but not exclusive) suggestions that match the theme of the forthcoming issue of the journal.
• Some architects are also involved in art, but distinguish between their architectural and their artistic work. Can we look at their art through a perspective that examines the foundations of their architectural work or as part of it? Can we consider its various aspects as something that enriches or develops various parts that are integral to their architectural work?
• Architects who develop theoretical ideas in their art and the influence of these ideas on their architecture.
• Case studies of projects that straddle the boundary between architecture and art, including a discussion about the merging of the two areas while examining the interpretative dimension in both of them.
• Case studies that deal with collaborations between architects and artists and the relationship between specific art and architectural projects
• Case studies that discuss the relationship between art and architectural work and especially the conditions of these relationships and their meaning in light of cultural and historical contexts.
• Case studies that discuss the relationship between art and architectural work and especially the conditions of these relationships and their meaning in light of the modern era of technology.
Chief editors
– Dr Edna Langenthal, School of Architecture, Ariel University of Samaria
– Itzik Elhadif, School of Architecture, Ariel University of Samaria
Editorial Board members
– Prof. Marcel Mendelsohn, Bar Ilan University
– Prof. Gilad Duvshani, School of Architecture, Ariel University of Samaria
– Prof. Benny Reuven Levi, School of Architecture, Ariel University of Samaria
– Dr Ruth Dorot, School of Architecture, Ariel University of Samaria
– Prof. Perez Gomez, School of Architecture, McGill University, Canada
– Prof. Yungao Xi, School of Architecture, Southeast University, China
– Prof. David Leatherbarrow, School of Design and Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, USA
– Prof. Jeff Malfas, School of Architecture and Design, University of Tasmania, Australia
– Prof. Siamak Shanshin, Zurich, Switzerland
– Prof. Adam Shar, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, University of Newcastle, England

Guidelines for Submitting Papers to Architext
Please make sure to follow these instructions fully and precisely to meet deadlines and prevent delays in the publication of your paper (if accepted for publication).
1. On the first page of the paper, please write:
• The title of the paper
• The name(s) of the author(s), profession or affiliation with academic institution, the author(s)’ email address and complete address, and short bio(s) of the author(s).
2. On the second page, please write:
• An abstract (up to 300 words) that emphasizes the paper’s contribution to and implications for the field of architecture.
• Keywords

3. The body of the paper should be divided as follows:
• An introduction to the topic
• The topic background
• Research methods used (if relevant)
• The findings and a discussion of them
• Conclusions and summary
• List of sources
4. Submitting the paper
– The paper must be sent in as a Word file and will not exceed 5,000 words.
– The paper will be typed in the Arial font, size 12 and will be double-spaced.
– The paper will be written in clear and correct Hebrew, or, alternatively, clear and
correct English
5. In-text citations and reference list
• In-text citations will mention the author’s last name and the year of publication in parentheses with a comma between them, e.g. (Cohen, 1993) ((כהן, 1993.
• If the citation is for a book, note relevant page numbers, e.g. (Cohen, 1993, p. 97). If the citation is for an article (in a journal or a research compilation), page numbers should be mentioned in the reference list, while in-text citation should mention author’s name and year of publication only as stated above (unless the citation is for specific page numbers within the article, in which case relevant page numbers should be included).
• Citing more than one author is according to year of publication. In Hebrew papers, Hebrew names will come before non-Hebrew names, e.g. (כרמי, 2001, עמ' 32; Benjamin, p. 38, 1968).
• References will be placed at the end of the paper and in Hebrew papers will be divided with the Hebrew list first and the non-Hebrew list last. Both lists must be alphabetized according to the authors’ last name.
6. Reference list format
Book
Author’s last name, first name initial, year of publication. Name of book (Bold in Hebrew) Location of publisher: Name of publisher

גרינפילד־גילת, י', 2015 . צאצאי הזמן ודיירי המרחב: על מקומה של האדריכלות בעולם מתחדש.
תל אביב: רסלינג .

Benjamine, W., 1968. Illumination: Essays and reflections. New York, NY: Schocken Books.

Journal article

Author’s last name, first name initial, year of publication. Name of article. Name of Journal (Bold in Hebrew) Issue number, page numbers.

אירווין, ב', 2015 . אדריכלות וגשמיות: מקום וזמן בקו הרקיע של ניו יורק. ארכיטקסט, 5 , עמ' 22 – 37.

Irwin, B., 2015. Architecture and embodiment: Place and time in the New York skyline. Architext, 5, pp. 22–37.

Research compilation article

Author’s last name, first name initial, year of publication. In: First name initial + Last name (Ed.), Name of book (Bold in Hebrew). Location of publisher: Name of publisher, page numbers.

שחר, א', נצן־שיפטן, א' וזבה, ר', 2008 . גבולות ופתחים של קדושה: הקריה החסידית בחצור הגלילית.
בתוך: ש' כהן וט' עמיר )עורכות(, צורות מגורים: אדריכלות וחברה בישראל. תל אביב: חרגול, עמ'
65 – 91.

Tolkin, P. and Wilson, M. D., 1997. Catfish and Coltrane: A conversation about making a homesite. In: S. Harris and D. Berke (Eds.), Architecture of the everyday. New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press, pp. 55–63.

7. Commentary
• In general, commentary should be used minimally.
• The commentary should be referenced by a superscript digit following the punctuation mark, if any, usually at the end of a sentence.
• Numbering of such notes will be sequential throughout the article.
• The commentary should appear as endnotes that follow the reference list.

8. Photos, illustrations, diagrams and tables

These should be integrated into the body of the text. For articles that are accepted for publication, they should be sent separately either by email or via a cloud storage service in a high resolution format so that they can be included in this high quality journal.
• Images and tables will be adapted to the journal format (approx. 21*21cm)
• Each table and figure should also have a caption and sequential numbering within the body of the text.

9. Articles should be sent by November 1, 2018 to the Chief Editors to email:
allas@ariel.ac.il. Acceptance of an article for publication requires that it be original
and as yet unpublished in Israel.

allas@ariel.ac.il


אדריכלים וחוקרים מעולם הארכיטקטורה

הגיליון השמיני של 'ארכיטקסט' מבקש לדון במרחב ובקשר שבין שדה האומנות לשדה הארכיטקטורה ולהציע נקודות מבט חדשות בשני מישורים ראשיים: ארכיטקטים יוצרים, ושיתופי פעולה בין ארכיטקטים לאומנים.
להלן כמה הצעות לנושאים רלוונטיים )אך לא בלעדיים( המתאימים לנושאו של הגיליון:

– יש אדריכלים שיוצרים גם בשדה האומנות, אך הם נוהגים להפריד בין היצירה הארכיטקטונית
שלהם ליצירתם האומנותית. האם נוכל להתבונן ביצירה האומנותית שלהם מתוך נקודת מבט
הבוחנת את היסודות של יצירתם הארכיטקטונית או כחלק ממנה? האם נוכל לחשוב על
היבטיה השונים של יצירתם כמעשירה או כמפתחת צדדים שונים שאינם נפרדים מן היצירה
הארכיטקטונית שלהם?
– אדריכלים שמפתחים מחשבה תיאורטית מתוך יצירות האומנות שלהם, והשפעתה של מחשבה
זו על יצירתם הארכיטקטונית.
– מקרי מחקר על עבודות שנמצאות על קו התפר בין תחומי האומנות לתחומי האדריכלות, לרבות
דיון על התמזגות התחומים מתוך בחינת הממד הפרשני שטמון בהם.
– מקרי מחקר העוסקים בשיתופי פעולה בין אדריכלים לאומנים ובקשרים בין פרויקטים אומנותיים
לפרויקטים אדריכליים ספציפיים.
– מקרי מחקר הדנים ביחסים בין אומנות ליצירה אדריכלית, ובעיקר בתנאים של יחסים אלו
ובמשמעותם לאור הקשרים תרבותיים והיסטוריים.
– מקרי מחקר הדנים ביחסים בין אומנות ליצירה אדריכלית, ובעיקר בתנאים של יחסים אלו
ובמשמעותם בעידן הטכנולוגיה המודרני.

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