ELEVEN VOLUME ONE: FIELD OPERATIONS, guidelines for actions, definitions of measures, are laid down by countless authorities endeavoring to control the effects of ensuing events. Neither the rural nor urban landscape is immune to the advance of these nervous reactions as we aim to fix on the moving target of an uncertain future. Our culture is voracious in its consumption and production of data. Typically, questions and answers are provided by its statistical manipulation.

Contributions from Mags Bursa, Erin Byrne, James Davies, Tom Finch, Joel Geoghegan, Johan Hysbchmann, Will Jefferies, Emily Keyte, Alex Kirkwood, Holly Lewis, Luke Pearson, Rae Whittow-Williams, Chris Wilkinson, Nick Wood.

Foreword by Sam Jacob of FAT

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Front Cover The Draughtsman and the Delineator Escaping Landscape Hallucinatory Architectures Policy Making for Pleasure Seekers