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  • Recently Published Essays
    February 13th, 2013

    ‘Seven Problematics for Neoliberal Times’, catalogue essay for a monograph on the artist, Apolonija Sustersic, in collaboration with Museo Arte  Contemporaneo de Castilla de Leon published by (Leon and Berlin: Musac and Sternberg Press, 2013) (Spanish/English)

    ‘Double Take’, Architektonika, Berlin Hamburger Bahnhof, (2013).

    ‘The Research of Place/The Place of Research’ publication of my keynote address as part of the conference proceedings for Place of Research/Research of Place, Annual Meeting of the EAAE, European Association for Architectural Education, (June 2010), (2012).

    ‘The Architecture of Psychoanalysis: Constructions and Associations’, Olaf Knellessen, Dr Insa Haertel and Helge Mooshammer (eds), Bauarten von Sexualität, Körper, Phantasmen: Architektur und Psychoanalyse/Ways of building sexuality, bodies, phantasms: Architecture and psychoanalysis (2012).

    ‘Tendencies and Trajectories: Feminist Approaches in Architecture’, Architectural Theory Handbook, Stephen Cairns, Greg Crysler, Hilde Heynen, Gwendolyn Wright (eds) (London: Sage, 2012).

    The Transitional Space of the Social Condensor’, Adam Sharr (ed) Architecture as Cultural Artefact, (London, Routledge, 2012).

    ‘May Mourn’ (text-image work) Sophie Warren and Jonathan Mosely Beyond Utopia (Errant Bodies Press, 2012)

    ‘Critical Spatial Practices: Setting Out a Feminist Approach to some Modes and what Matters in Architecture’, Lori Brown (ed) Feminist Practices (London: Ashgate, 2012).

    ‘May Mo(u)rn: A Site-Writing’, Nadir Lahiji (ed) Essays in honour of Frederic Jameson, (London: Ashgate, 2011).

    ‘Intermezzo’, (text- work) Rochus Hinkel, (ed) Urban Interiors (Melbourne: RMIT, 2011).

    ‘Residues of a Dream World’, Gerrie van Noord (ed), To Have and to Hold: Future of a Contested Landscape, (Glasgow: NVA, 2011).

    ‘One Way Street or “The Degeneration of Things”’, Julie Westerman (ed.) Brutalist Speculations and Flights of Fancy (Sheffield: Site Gallery, 2011).

    ‘A Configuration Pregnant with Tensions’, Matthew Gandy (ed) Urban Constellations (Berlin: Jovis, 2011).

    ‘Working (Through) the Field:/’, Suzanne Ewing, Jéremie McGowan, Chris Speed, Victoria Clare Bernie (eds) Architecture and Field/Work, (London: Routledge, 2011).

    ‘Trafalgar Square: Détournements (A Site-Writing), publication of my keynote address in Kristian Faschingeder, Kari Jormakka, Norbert Korrek, Olaf Pfeifer, Gerd Zimmermann, (eds), Architecture in the Age of Empire. 11th International Bauhaus-Colloquium 2009/Die Architektur der neuen Weltordnung. 11. Internationales Bauhaus-Kolloquium Weimar 2009, (Weimar: Verlag der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar 2011)

    ‘Inside Out’ (text-image work), Hawkins\Brown, Salt Bridges: Changing Perceptions of Art/Architecture and Science, New Biochemistry Oxford, (London: Pretzel, 2010)

    ‘I Remember Them That Way: Captions for a Series of Photographs (Once Lost, Now Remembered) of a Series of Landscapes (Once Remembered, Now Lost) taken somewhere between Adelaide and Melbourne near Camperdown and in Stoney Rises on Sunday 13 September and Monday 14 September, with thanks to Stephen Loo and Esther Pilkington’, (text- work) Gini Lee (curator), Stoney Rises: Deep Mapping, University of Melbourne, (2010)

    ‘May Morn’, Di Robson and Gareth Evans (eds), The Re-Enchantment: Place and Its Meanings, (an Arts Council of England funded publication) (London: Artevents, 2010).