The student voice of the Knowlton School of Architecture
One:Twelve Issue 007: Black and White
Deadline for submissions: October 6, 2013
There is power in black and white. When coupled, the two are striking in their visual contrast. Indeed, they lie at opposite ends of the spectrum: the one, the sum of all colors, the other, the complete absence of them.
The pairing has the power to clarify. It is not by chance that we most commonly write in black and white. At the same time, it can promote confusion: think zebras.
If you take a look around the Knowlton School, you’ll see a lot of work in black and white–including our magazine. We’d like to examine this situation, asking: what does it mean to work in black and white? Are we articulators? Are we obfuscators?
One:Twelve is seeking responses to this prompt to include in Issue 007. Written pieces should be no more than 2000 words. Submit as a .doc, .docx, or .rtf. Photographs and illustrations should be hi-quality .jpg, .tiff, or .psd format with a resolution no lower than 300 dpi. All images must be accompanied by a list of full caption information, corresponding to the correct filenames. Finally, please include a short note about the author, no more than 50 words.
Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 6, 2013.