mat.zine #05


The theme for this edition, which framed the included artistic, philosophical and poetical exploits, was a single word; views. The group originally involved in mat.zine has now disbanded and ventured to different regions of our shrinking terra firma, as indeed has the greater cohort of Dundee School of Architecture class of 2010. Most have before us new cities and towns, landscapes and vistas, or at least new awareness  of the places we already know most intimately. Document this. The choice of media, method and motives were yours to each decide. Photography, writing and drawing were the obvious ones. All the editor asked is that you each responded in some way to the word; seriously, profoundly, even ironically.  The results are as varied as they are mysterious – see what you think.

Editor: Ian Pollard

Contributors: Stephen Mackie, Rowan Mackinnon-Pryde, Daithi Mac Nabb, Esme Fieldhouse, Ryan McLoughlin, Luke Kilpatrick, Cameron Mcewan, Sean McAlister, Landworker, Ian Pollard

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  1. A Connemara Fractal « Dialogues said, on December 7, 2010 at 00:05

    […] This an annotated version of a poem recently published in matzine number five […]

  2. Elaine Pollard said, on October 25, 2010 at 14:14

    Uplifting for an 8am start!Thanks

  3. seán said, on October 24, 2010 at 23:01

    refreshingly broad interpretation on ‘views’ and a formidable addition to the matzine album. i’ve a few people voicing interest in submitting.

    should we send a print out to the yuck n yum chaps?

    • Ian Pollard said, on October 27, 2010 at 19:46

      Indeed we should – To Yuck n Yum and, also, to our good friend at grund lit! I don’t have his details here, maybe you do?

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